Change is always difficult to deal with, especially in these relatively unprecedented times. The days of lockdown can be a struggle for everybody, and no matter whether you are isolated on your own, living with housemates, or with your family, there are going to be challenges.
Looking after your mental health during the lockdown is vitally important. Being without any (or much) physical human interaction is against our nature and it is therefore imperative that we do what we can to keep our minds and bodies healthy.
For most students this is a time of high amounts of social interaction – whether it is being part of an enormous university, living with your friends, or having an active social life. And this can make this period even more challenging.
There are things that you can do, however, to help to reduce the feeling of isolation during the lockdown. Health and fitness experts at LabSpa London say that...