Prioritising your mental health 
and wellbeing. 
Are you ready to 
‘Go Mental’? 
Break the silence around mental health and discover a host of ways to protect yourself and others. 

Put Saturday 12th October 2024 in your diary now, and start counting down the days to the UK’s BEST Mental Health Wellbeing Festival.  

Put Saturday 12th October 2024 in your diary now, and start counting down the days to the UK’s BEST Mental Health Wellbeing Festival.  

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What is Go Mental? 

Go Mental is an empowering destination for all things mental health wellbeing. 
This interactive event in central London is designed to raise awareness of mental health wellbeing and reduce suicide rates. 
Venue Address: 
Labs House 
15-19 Bloomsbury Way 
Attending this event will be a valuable experience for anyone who wants to safeguard their own mental health or learn more about how to support others who may be struggling. No matter where you are in your mental wellbeing journey, Go Mental is here to make your journey easier. 
It is the brainchild of nutritionist and author Miss Nutritionist, a.k.a. Rosie Millen, who explains: “Since the pandemic, levels of depression and anxiety have increased by 25%, and suicide rates are 6.9% higher than in 2020. 
Statistics show that 1 in 6 adults experiences a mental health problem such as anxiety or depression, and 1 in 5 adults has considered taking their own life at some point. 
Now, more than ever before, people are in need of help and support, and this festival will attempt to meet their needs and save lives.” 

Go Mental — the UK’s BEST Mental Health Wellbeing Festival  

Who’s gonna be there? 

From keynote speakers to interactive workshops and food and supplement exhibitors, Go Mental will support anyone on their mental wellbeing journey. We’ve brought together a powerful selection of mental health professionals, authors and survivors, all ready to share their stories with you. 
Lat year, our fantastic keynote speakers and workshop leaders included... 
Bradley Simmonds 
Madeleine Shaw 
Dr. Dani Gordon 
Heather Hearts 
Dean Stott 
Shivani Pau 

Why attend? 

Mental health can be a sensitive topic, and attending a community festival like Go Mental will provide a sense of connection and support. You will meet others who are passionate about mental health and wellbeing, as well as mental health professionals who will offer guidance and resources. 
Go Mental is an event designed to raise awareness about mental health and reduce the harm caused by suicide. It will provide the opportunity to learn more about the signs and symptoms of mental illness, as well as strategies for improving mental wellbeing. This education and awareness can help you recognise when you or someone else may need support and encourage you to seek help when necessary. 
Attending Go Mental is an act of self-care. Prioritising your mental health and wellbeing is crucial to living a fulfilling and satisfying life. By attending the event, you will be taking a proactive step towards caring for yourself and building resilience against stress and other challenges that can impact mental health. 

You will learn 

Why mental illness is on the rise and what we can do to break the silence 
How to stop suicidal thoughts and support those struggling around you 
Effective ways to reduce anxiety and sleep better 
Foods to boost your mood and feel happy 
Nutrients to calm the mind and negative thoughts 
What tools and resources to use to make your mental wellbeing journey easier 
Which brands and products are disrupting the mental health epidemic 
Tickets will entitle Go Mental visitors to 10% discount from the many exhibitors at the show. 

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