Mental Health in Lockdown

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We hope you and your family are keeping well.

As well as looking at ways you can stay active at home, follow a healthy diet with good nutrition to help boost your immune system, it’s really important to look after your mental health.

New Mental Health Service / Resource

The government have launched a new resource service Every Mind Matters

Mental Health in Lockdown

Having good mental health helps us to relax, reduce stress, and help keep our physical body fighting fit.  This service aims to give expert advice and practical tips to look after your mental wellbeing.

What you can find on the service…

You’ll find resources such as;

  • The Top 10 Tips if you’re worried about Coronavirus
  • Looking after Children & Young People
  • Working From Home
  • Mental Health Staying at Home

You can also take a quiz and create a mind plan.

You can link to the service here…

The link to the service is here and the resource is constantly updated

Every Mind Matters – https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/

Whilst our clinic is closed the website is open.

If you have an ache or pain check out our What Hurts? pages.

If your looking for top tips, advice search our Body Blog.

Best wishes to you and your family.

Thanks for reading…

Kate Markland

Clinic Founder

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