If you live with other people, it may help to do the following:
Keeping active is good for your mental wellbeing, so where possible, incorporate activity into your daily routine. While we don’t have access to exercise equipment like treadmills at home, there are things we can do.
Getting out in the sun amongst nature and fresh air can benefit your mental and physical health. It can improve your mood, reduce feelings of stress or anger, and make you feel more relaxed.
You can get the positive effects of nature while self-isolating and in lockdown.
Making time to relax and taking the opportunity to get creative may help.
Some ideas are:
It’s important to keep your brain active and stimulated. Some ideas for this are:
Stay connected with current events, but be careful where you get news and health information from. For current facts and updates visit the government COVID-19 website here.