We know that our mental health is a crucial part of our overall wellbeing and during this very challenging time you may feel lonely, anxious or apathetic.
To help you get back on track and find some zen, we’ve dedicated this section of the pantry to all things mental wellness.
Before we continue; if you find yourself feeling overwhelmed by sadness, depression, loneliness or anxiety then you should consider speaking to a mental health professional, many psychologists are able to conduct appointments over the phone. Alternatively, you can call Lifeline for 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention service.
*To be absolutely clear, no part of this content should take the place of advice from a mental health professional.
Mental health resources
• Beyond Blue has some great ideas on how to help you keep calm.
• Headspace has some tips on coping with the coronavirus pandemic for young people
• Lifeline has some really useful insights for coping in these tough times too.
• Kids Helpline have some wonderful words for kids about the Coronavirus.
• Headspace have some brilliant meditation resources just for the coronavirus pandemic.
Meditation is a wonderful way to check in with yourself and step away from the endless news cycle and anxiety that may bring. Check out some lovely meditation from Les Mills – we’re hoping you find some inner peace!
There are some fantastic resources out there to support your mental health, we’re focussing on free apps that can help you unwind, be more mindful and check in: