In recent weeks, many of us have been confined to our homes, unable to see loved ones and barred from our usual routines. In fact, ongoing lockdown measures have disrupted almost every aspect of life as we know it.
This upheaval of our established ‘normal’ has affected mental wellbeing across the globe, with many individuals feeling out of place and unsure of what the future holds – and this is completely natural. Like our physical health, our mental health is constantly evolving which means that some days will be more difficult than others. However, to ensure that we can best identify and manage these feelings, it’s important that we have the tools and means to do so.
This Mental Health Awareness Week we want to help you do just that, so take a look at our top tips for supporting your mental wellbeing: