Are You Okay Post Lockdown? It’s Okay Not to Be Happy.
September 16, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought dramatic disruptions to our lives which can take a toll on our mental health. The changes to our routine and uncertainty over the future means many people are understandably struggling mentally.
Even though the Covid-19 lockdown's are over and life is returning to normal, your mental health should remain a priority.
If you are experiencing stress, anxiety, sadness, tension in your body, trouble sleeping, a short temper, or difficulty focusing, it may be time to address your mental health.
Nurture your mental health by keeping connected with family and friends online or via phone or video calls, staying physically active, establishing a routine, and practising self-care by making time for yourself and the things you enjoy.