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"Every Mind Matters will show you simple ways to look after your mental health".

The film is narrated by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who in May launched a text messaging service for people experiencing a mental health crisis through their royal foundation.

The Every Mind Matters initiative marks the first time the four royals have collaborated publicly since June, when Harry and Meghan announced they were leaving the Royal Foundation, the charitable organization they shared with Prince William and Kate, to establish their own charitable foundation.

More than eight in 10 (83%) people have experienced early signs of poor mental health including feeling anxious, stressed, low mood or trouble sleeping in the last 12 months, according to a new PHE survey.

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Dr Caroline Dollery, Mid Essex CCG's mental health clinical lead, said: "We all have times when life gets on top of us, so it's great to see a national campaign sharing simple steps that we can all take to look after our mental health". The NHS will also promote Every Mind Matters to its one-million plus workforce. "That's just the start of targeted activity to capture the public's attention and drive positive action on our mental health". It shows how we can all look after our mental health and will be aired simultaneously at around 8:45 pm tonight simultaneously across ITV, Channel 4 and Sky channels.

The couple joined surfers in Cape Town, South Africa, on September 24 to talk about mental health, revealing they both practice meditation to help keep their mental health strong. The new measure, which has been endorsed by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RGCP), will equip people with the tools to help themselves with a personalised self-care plan as a way to feel in control and deal with these problems at the root.

For those without internet access, paper materials will be placed in places such as libraries, while Global Positioning System will be encouraged to direct patients towards the new resource.

Every Mind Matters, which is backed by a range of mental health charities and foundations, including the Samaritans, Mind, the Mental Health Foundation, and Time to Change, is available to the public and Global Positioning System who can recommend it to patients.

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It's a free online platform that develops a plan to help people take care of their mental health.

The platform enables people to create a personalised action plan. But there are simple things you can do to look after yourself.

"We feel stressed, low, anxious, or have trouble sleeping".

NHS England's national mental health director Claire Murdoch said the campaign "absolutely signals a sea change in awareness and attitudes to mental health". And the CCG is also backing the campaign by promoting the mental health support available locally that can help with common conditions including anxiety, stress and depression.

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Just over half (53%) of people who experienced concerns about their mental health avoided social situations or contact from friends and family.

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