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COVID19 & Self Isolation

What can help your mental health and wellbeing

Consider how to connect with others: Maintaining relationships with people you trust is important for your mental wellbeing.

Stay in touch with friends and family via telephone, video calls or social media instead of meeting in person.

Help and support others: Think about how you could help those around you – it could make a big difference to them and can make you feel better too.

Are there community groups that you could join to support others locally?

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Physical Wellbeing

Look after your physical wellbeing: Your physical health has a big impact on how you are feeling emotionally and mentally.


At times like these, it can be easy to fall into unhealthy patterns of behaviour which in turn can make you feel worse. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, drink enough water, exercise inside where possible and outside once a day.


Look after your sleep: Feeling anxious or worried can make it harder to get a good night’s sleep. Good-quality sleep makes a big difference to how you feel mentally and physically, so it’s important to get enough.

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Look after your sleep: Feeling anxious or worried can make it harder to get a good night’s sleep. Good-quality sleep makes a big difference to how you feel mentally and physically, so it’s important to get enough.

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