As some of you may already know, April is Stress Awareness Month, never has there been a more appropriate time to take a step back, focus on your mental health and stress management.
Our physical and mental health are the most important things and something we should not take lightly. With everything going on, it can be hard to look after ourselves and not fall into bad habits: binge eating, watching Netflix in bed, late nights and a lack of motivation.
Most of us are not in our usual routine of when we wake up, the time we eat and the time we sleep.
It is important to have a routine even if you are cooped up at home feel like you have nothing to do. This is because “stress is the body’s reaction to any change that requires an adjustment” staying at home, not waking up in the morning to get ready for college and not getting fresh air and meeting your friends all at once is a huge change in our lives.
We are still allowed to go out for one daily exercise, this is something I have found makes a big difference to my mood! If you don’t have a garden or a front yard even a quick walk in the park or to the shops for a few minutes it will make a huge difference.
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