How to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak


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How to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak

You should check out the Mental Health Foundation website, it’s a great source of information. A range of content is available to give you more information about mental health and to help you to look after your mental health, we’ve noted some of these pages below.

Mental health tips

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/looking-after-your-mental-health-during-coronavirus-outbreak

How we can manage our mental health and wellbeing.

 

Look after your mental health and wellbeing when staying at home

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/staying-at-home

Tips on looking after yourself.

Finance, housing and unemployment worries

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/finance-housing-debt-money-unemployment-worries

Help available during this time.

While working

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/looking-after-your-mental-health-during-coronavirus-outbreak/while-working

Tips for employers and employees to look after their mental health.

Random acts of kindness during the Coronavirus outbreak

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/random-acts-kindness

Learn how kind acts can help you and others during the Coronavirus outbreak.

 

Talking to your children about the Coronavirus pandemic

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/talking-to-children

Help minimise the negative impact Coronavirus news can have on your children through open and honest conversations.

Beyond panic buying

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/panic-buying

Why do we panic buy? What are the alternatives?

Staying at home and abusive relationships

https://mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/abusive-relationships

Resources for those living in difficult circumstances during the Coronavirus outbreak.

 

Do you need urgent help?

If your mental or emotional state quickly gets worse, or you’re worried about someone you know – help is available.

You’re not alone; talk to someone you trust. Sharing a problem is often the first step to recovery.