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How university students can look after their mental health during lockdown

Self-care, exercise and keeping in touch with friends and family are all positive ways that students can look after their well-being during lockdown.

In this mental fitness infographic our experts provide more valuable techniques students can adopt to feel more connected and mentally alert. Keep reading to find out how university students can look after their mental health during lockdown.

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  • Stay in regular touch with friends and family through using a variety of technology.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help from your doctor or course tutor.
  • Try and schedule a regular slot each day to be active. Exercise is a great way for boosting mood and reducing stress.
  • Plan your week and schedule in activities that can provide you with a sense of pleasure and achievement.
  • Make sure you schedule activities into your week that provide you with a sense of calm and relaxation.
  • Find a time to regularly talk to friends or family about how you are feeling and what you are thinking.
  • Get organised and stay on top of your work. A weekly planner can be useful when organising your time.
  • Looking after your physical health by making sure you are eating well, exercising regularly and staying hydrated.
  • Be kind to yourself and engage in regular self-care. Go for a walk or engage in some mindfulness.
  • Try and get into a good sleep pattern. Aim for 7 to 9 hours a night.

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