The advert, part of the NHS and Public Health England's Every Mind Matters initiative, aims to educate people about identifying the early signs of mental health issues, as well as providing simple steps for dealing with stress, improve sleep and mood. It enables them to create a personalised action plan, recommending a set of self-care actions.
Over a quarter of people who experienced poor mental health signs waited at least six months before taking action to manage their mental health, with 74 per cent of them wished they had done this so sooner, the survey found.
'We need to bridge the divide between physical and mental health services to ensure those with severe mental illness and Type 2 diabetes do not have their physical care needs overlooked. The NHS will also promote Every Mind Matters to its one-million plus workforce.
"This new national Every Mind Matters campaign is an opportunity for us all to be more aware of our mental health and think about things we can do to look after ourselves and stop problems getting any worse - just as we do with our physical health".
Public Health England is launching the first ever mental health campaign supported by the NHS.
How does the platform work?
Next Kate explains how the campaign can get people started "with a free online plan created to help you deal with stress, boost your mood, improve your sleep, and feel more in control".
The platform, which has been endorsed by the Royal College of Global Positioning System, will allow users to take a health quiz and offer them a personalised "mind plan" with practical tips around managing anxiety, low mood, sleep and stress.
All of these actions have a well-evidenced impact on improving and maintaining good mental health, which can help people to feel and function better, have more positive relationships, manage hard times and get more out of life - now and in the future.
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Depending on how the person feels about the recommendations, the steps can be exchanged for other ideas until the plan seems manageable.
Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, said "lots of us don't know where to start" when it comes to looking after our mental health.
Every Mind Matters is backed by a coalition of mental health charities and champions, including Mind, Mental Health First Aid England, Time to Change, Heads Together and the Samaritans.
Some of the UK's largest companies have pledged to promote Every Mind Matters to their employees, customers and followers.
This new plan is available for the public and will be advised by Global Positioning System.
"Everyone knows that feeling when life gets on top of us".