This is an extremely stressful time for many filled with lots of uncertainty. Look after your mental health by taking some time to relax and recharge.There are many apps that can be used to help guide you through meditation. Try “My Meditation” and “Headspace”.
2. Turn off the news
We’re all following the news closely as the Covid-19 situation develops, but too much information and distressing images can create extra undue stress. Keep up to date and vigilant with government recommendations, but also take the time to switch of off.
With gyms now shut and most group exercise/sports no longer running, our regular exercise have become more limited.However, there are still plenty of options to keep you healthy. As we know, exercise is so important for our mental and physical wellbeing – more than ever, we need to look after our bodies and mind.While still maintaining social distancing, go for a walk or jog. Do an online exercise program or yoga session, or if you’d like some help, Territory Sportsmedicine are able to setup safe, individualised exercise programs through our online video consultations and exercise software.
4. Talk to family and friends
We’re lucky in this day-and-age that we’re to keep in contact with friends and family while still maintaining a physical distance. Call your mates that you’ve been meaning to for ages, check in on your great aunt, facetime your mum. More than ever, we need to look out for each other.
5. Reach out
We consider our patients part of the family here at Territory Sportsmedicine. If there’s anything we can do to help to you, please don’t hesitate to reach out.