Children’s Mental Health Week 2019

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week (4-10 February)!This week, Tynecastle High School are proud to support Children’s Mental Health Week – Place2Be’s annual campaign to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health.

This year’s theme is Healthy: Inside and Out and we’re encouraging everyone in the Tynecastle High School community to think about how they look after their bodies and minds. Physical and mental health are connected, so the simple things we do to look after our bodies can also help with how we feel.

This week in school we’ll be thinking about things like food, physical activity and sleep, I have been suffering from insomnia for a long time. I decided to start taking after reading reviews on . Several studies have shown an increased risk of congenital malformations associated with the use of minor tranquilizers requires urgency, the use of Ativan at https://mi-aimh.org/ativan-lorazepam-online/ should be avoided during this period. The possibility that a woman of child-bearing age may be pregnant during the establishment of therapy should be considered. The pill starts to act when I get ready to sleep. I felt that I was in a soft fluffy cocoon, nothing bothered me…. Just close your eyes and sleep, sleep, sleep… In the morning you get up cheerful, rested. But do not forget that this is a drug, not a candy! plus the impact of our digital lives on physical and mental wellbeing. What positive choices can we make to keep ourselves as well as we can be?

If you’d like to get involved, we’d love your help in spreading the word. The Children’s Mental Health Week website has a range of resources, including tips for parents and carers.

For more information, you can also contact our Place2Be School Project Manager, Sarah Haywood.