Mental Wellbeing in Lockdown

Mental wellbeing lockdown

Public Health England and the NHS have a great selection of Every Mind Matters resources to help you get through our second national lockdown with good mental wellbeing. You can find all the resources here, but we've picked out some of our favourites below...

Self-care and social media video

In this video, Jade Laurice chats with her friend KB about social media and mental wellbeing. Hear their tips on how to avoid getting stressed from your socials, and find out what else they do to feel good, just remember to follow current restrictions in your area on where and with how many people you can meet, and observe government advice on social distancing.

You can watch the video here.

10 tips to deal with change

We have all faced disruption, change and uncertainty during the COVID-19 outbreak, and that looks set to continue for a while.

It's easy to get caught in a spiral of what ifs, worrying about our health, family, job and finances, and how and when things will return to normal, particularly if we are already struggling with our mental health.

But there are ways we can manage this uncertainty, reducing stress and helping us to cope better.

Check out the top 10 tips here.

Mental wellbeing while staying at home

Taking care of your mind as well as your body is really important if you are staying at home because of COVID-19.

You may feel worried or anxious about your finances, your health or those close to you. Perhaps you feel bored, frustrated or lonely. It's important to remember that it's ok to feel this way and that everyone reacts differently.

Remember, for most of us, these feelings will pass. Staying at home may be difficult, but you're helping to protect yourself and others by doing it.

Here's 10 tips to maintain good mental wellbeing whilst staying at home.

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