10 things to do that can help you look after your mental health during a winter lockdown

What are the habits we can adopt to look after our mental health and well-being through a winter lockdown? In this infographic our team look at methods you can easily incorporate into your daily routine to help beat stress, depression and anxiety.

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  1. Staying fit – engaging in regular exercise can help boost mood/confidence and reduce stress, worry and anxiety.
  2. Getting creative – be creative and learn something new. Challenge yourself with a new activity.
  3. Supporting others – acts of kindness towards others is a great way for connecting and creating positive emotions.
  4. Planning your week – scheduling fun and engaging activities into your week can give you something to look forward to.
  5. Being mindful – whilst engaging in daily activities try and use all your senses to stay connected to the present moment and task you are doing.
  6. Having a journal – having a journal can be a useful tool for writing down thoughts and feelings and understanding any triggers.
  7. Being kinder – being kinder to yourself and make sure you take part in activities that help keep you calm and relaxed.
  8. Talking to others – talking to others about how you are feeling and thinking can be a useful tool for boosting mood and reducing stress.
  9. Breathing slowly – Engaging in slow and steady breathing techniques can help calm your mind and body.
  10. Being more connected – Maintaining healthy relationships with others is important for boosting confidence and reducing anxiety.
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