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Looking After Your Mental Health During Lockdown
Health 30.04.20 

Looking After Your Mental Health During Lockdown

Looking After Your Mental Health During Lockdown

As the coronavirus  lockdown continues, many of you are concerned about how you are looking after your mental health during lockdown. Our health experts suggest various ways for you to stay healthy during this time in this article!

Looking After Your Mental Health While You Stay at Home

Big changes in life such as lock down can put a strain on your mental health, particularly if you are locked down alone. Here are our top tips to look after your mental health during lockdown:

  • Ensure you keep a routine, even if you aren’t currently working (e.g. make sure you wake up at the same time every day and don’t stay up too late)
  • Stay in contact with your loved ones, and also be sure to check in on others and their mental health
  • Try to view this as a positive time in life, it’s highly unlikely that we will ever have as much ‘free’ time again. Why not focus on spending time/calling loved ones, learning a new skill or even watching some of your guilty pleasure films?
  • Take time to relax (yoga, meditation and long baths are good for this!)
  • Reduce your screen time, it’s so easy to spend hours scrolling on your phone but this is not good for your mental health. Screen time settings in smart phones send an alert when you have reached the time limit that you can set yourself for each app

Asking for Help When Needed

It is vital that you recognise when you are not feeling your best mentally, that there are people that want to listen and help you. If you do begin to feel down, contact family members or loved ones to tell them how you are feeling, sometimes just getting your feelings off of your chest can help you to feel better.

If you would prefer not to speak to your family members and loved ones about your mental state, there are hundreds of free professional mental health services and charities that can help, such as the Samaritans.

Where do I get Prescriptions during the Coronavirus Pandemic?

We hope that these tips have provided you with some insights on how to stay fit and healthy during the pandemic.  Of course, it is equally as important to look after your mental health as well as physical health – we will be writing o

How Does Online Prescription Ordering Work?

To get your prescription delivered completely free, all you have to do is sign-up to the service here – it takes less than 1 minute! Once you have been approved as an RXLive patient, you can use the online ordering platform to order your prescription with just a few clicks.  Then, you can sit back and relax, our dedicated pharmacy team will prepare your order and have your medication sent out within 48 hours. RXLive also have dedicated pharmacists ready to chat at all times.

Please note, RXLive is growing exceptionally fast as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  We are dispensing and dispatching medicine, but our team is very busy so please bear with us. It may take up to 48 hours longer for your medicine to arrive. Please only contact us if your query is urgent during this time. Due to some stock shortages, we are shipping orders even if an item is missing, you will get an owing note and receive any items out of stock once it arrives.

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