If you are worried about your health, it is important to speak to a doctor, nurse or trained specialists who will be able to help you.
A good place to start is NHS Choices, which has lots of useful information about conditions, treatments and health support. It will tell you where your nearest doctor, pharmacy, dentist or support group is. Or you could call 111.
If you need help with alcohol or drug addiction, or if you want some information on the effects they can have on your health, these sites are a good starting point:
If you are sexually active, it is essential that you look after your sexual health and protect yourself by having safe sex. You should not feel under any pressure to have unsafe sex. Having unsafe sex can lead to a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that can affect your long-term health.
If you are depressed, don’t suffer alone. There are places you can get help and people you can talk to: