How students can look after themselves and others during self isolation

In this mental health infographic the BelievePerform team provide mental fitness tips and guidance on how students can look after themselves and others during self isolation.

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  1. Stay in regular touch with friends through skype, facetime or google hangout. Staying connected can help reduce stress and anxiety.
  2. make sure you engage in regular exercise. You can make this fun and do it online at the same time with friends or family.
  3. Don’t forget to check in with friends or family. Ask them how they are doing and see if you can help them in any way.
  4. Challenge yourself each day to be curious about how well you can stay focused on the present day.
  5. Reduce the amount of time you spend on social media and checking the news. Regular checking can increase worry.
  6. Schedule a time each day where you can sit down with your family and talk about what you are thinking and how you are feeling.
  7. Take care of your physical health. Maintain a good sleep routine and make sure to eat a well balanced diet.
  8. Slow down what you are doing and breathe. Deep breathing is a great way to calm your mind and body.
  9. If you are struggling do not be afraid to reach out for help. Speak to your friends, family or teachers and ask for support.
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