Looking after your mental health while self-isolating — Efforts Change Outcomes

Wherever you are in the world right now, like many others you might be starting the feel the effects of isolation on your mental health. Humans are sociable animals by nature so staying in your house 24/7 is bound to feel strange and at times quite isolating. There are ways, however to combat these feelings and keep your mental health on the right path.

Looking after your mental health while self-isolating — Efforts Change Outcomes

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  1. Oddly enough my BFF and I are not social people, she more so than me. Other than my four care visits and BFF’s call as she walks home from work, I’m content with the social interaction limits. Although I could do with having quiet listening time, sitting back and letting the mind wander instead of watching tv.

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    • I am also fine with it at present, but I have more than one friend who I know are not coping well with the Isolation. I agree about the quiet time, it can be too easy to put the TV on sometimes.

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