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 For life's Issues

With a better understanding of health, money, legal matters, welfare and care, we can all reduce anxiety and stress. 

Ergsy’s FREE video and reference library, enables you to identify your learning needs and improve your health and wellbeing.

No registration is required, and we do not collect any of your data.

Information You Can Trust

Search engines and YouTube don't check their content, so you cannot be assured of their accuracy, Ergsy checks all content. All Ergsy’s content has been created by medical, legal, financial, welfare or care professionals in the UK. Ergsy seeks to help reduce anxiety and stress when major events occur in our lives.

Click a topic tab, and then the A to Z.

What You Will Find Here

ERGSY offers a library of free to access information, covering the following main topics:

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Common Legal Issues
  • Welfare at home and in the workplace
  • Money and financial information


Ergsy links you to video content, because the human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text, and 90 per cent of the information transmitted to the brain is visual, our minds are naturally built to process visual information.

Who We Are

Graham and Neil are the principal funding providers for Ergsy, and they are dedicated to improving the nation’s health literacy, by identifying the best UK video content for everyone to learn how to be better informed and thereby reduce stress and anxiety.

About the videos on ERGSY

Unlike every other search engine and YouTube, Ergsy ensures that all content is professionally vetted by people qualified in their specialism, we do not use AI. You can trust all the information that is made available to you and moreover you can see who has led the creation of their content.

Being innately able to trust what you learn is a vital way of overcoming stress and anxiety.

ERGSY is for Everybody

Let's make it clear that ERGSY is not just aimed at older demographics.
Young people may also have the same health issues or legal problems. We're here for everyone.

Help yourself by being informed

Self-learning may well be something that you do alone, but it is also something you can do together with people who need help and support at difficult times, the videos we make available can be shared and reviewed as often as you wish.

In our original market research covered 11,000 people, what we provide now is as a result of their expectation and feedback.