Keeping well
Keeping well

Keeping well

 

Looking after your physical and mental wellbeing, especially during the coronavirus pandemic, is hugely important.


We have put together some information to help you keep safe and well:

Keeping your body and mind active - the coronavirus pandemic may have affected your usual routine, but there’s lots of great alternatives you can do from the comfort of your own home.

Protecting yourself from scams– unfortunately, scam artists are using health scares as an opportunity to commit fraud. Read our tips on spotting a scam.

Staying healthy and hydrated - keeping your immune system strong and following a healthy lifestyle will help to reduce your risk of becoming unwell.

Connecting with nature - evidence shows that spending time in the natural environment improves our physical health and feelings of wellbeing, so it’s important to find ways to bring the joy of nature into your daily life.

Kindness - research shows that kindness can increase happiness, reduce stress and boost our energy, so check out our ideas to bring a little more kindness into the lives of everyone around you during these unprecedented times.

Useful links

  • Please check the Government website for the latest guidance and support.
  • Age UK have some great resources for staying safe and well at home.
  • Mind have lots of information to help you if you are feeling anxious or worried about coronavirus.
  • The Silver Line is a free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Call us on 0300 123 0705 for more information
Monday to Friday, 9am–5pm

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