We all have mental health

Looking after your mental health in challenging times

It’s important to make sure we try to protect our mental wellbeing and do what we can to support the people we care about during these difficult times.

As lockdown begins to ease in Scotland, it’s normal to feel worried or stressed about doing things that haven’t been part of your regular routine for some time, such as meeting up with loved ones from another household, returning to work or going outside more.

Plus, social distancing can affect the activities you usually take part in to maintain your mental health.

But there are still ways you can protect your mental health and wellbeing, even in these challenging times. Check out our dedicated information hub:

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