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Five Ways to Improve Your Mental Health During Isolation

Actively looking after your mental health during isolation is important. Check out our 'Five Ways To Improve Your Mental Health During Isolation'.

Routine5 Mental Health

1. Cre­ate a routine.

Cre­at­ing a rou­tine can help us feel more in con­trol of our lives. Rou­tine can be an anchor. No mat­ter what’s going on around the world, know­ing that a cer­tain point of the day you are going to do some­thing fun, or to sim­ply have din­ner, can be a comfort. 

A rou­tine is also a great way to intro­duce pos­i­tive dai­ly habits that can great­ly improve your life. Such as find­ing the extra time to pre­pare healthy meals to improve your diet or cre­at­ing an exer­cise plan.


5 Ways Motivation

2. Find ways to stay motivated.

Stay­ing moti­vat­ed and achiev­ing what you set out to do is a great way to feel pro­gres­sion, which will make you feel happier.

Check out our Five Ways to Stay Moti­vat­ed Whilst Study­ing from Home’.


Stayconnected5mentalhealth

3. Main­tain connections.

Being in iso­la­tion can feel like you’re closed off to the rest of the world. This can have a neg­a­tive effect on you. Make sure you keep in touch with your friends and fam­i­ly. Try and mes­sage some­one new every day to catch up and find out how they are deal­ing with iso­la­tion or their coursework.

Don’t strug­gle in silence – if you’re find­ing ele­ments of your course dif­fi­cult, or just strug­gling in gen­er­al with no face to face con­tact talk to us and we will do every­thing pos­si­ble to sup­port you.


Virtuallysociable5mentalhealth

4. Stay vir­tu­al­ly sociable.

Make the most of appli­ca­tions such as Face­Time, What­sApp and Mes­sen­ger to bring your­self Face to Face with peo­ple you care about. 

Own a gam­ing con­sole that has online par­ty capa­bil­i­ties? Instead of favour­ing solo game­play, try to cre­ate a par­ty with your friends and play­ing a mul­ti­play­er game. 


Joe Prince

5. Keep phys­i­cal­ly active.

The eas­i­est way to great­ly improve your men­tal health. Make sure you’re par­tic­i­pat­ing in phys­i­cal activ­i­ties, such as walks, bike rides and home work outs.

Check out our Five Ways To Stay Fit dur­ing Iso­la­tion’.


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