Covid-19 - Wellbeing Support for Parents and Families
Covid-19 CAMHS Guidance for Parents & Carers
Family Wellbeing - Advice for Children and Families
Internet Safety Support and Advice - Childnet: As the Easter holidays start and UK schools remain closed, we know that families across the country are starting to find ways of working together and finding fun things that they can do in isolation.
Mental Wellbeing Primary: Wellbeing advice for all those supporting children and young people
Mental Wellbeing Secondary: Advice on dealing with school closures and talking to children about Covid-19
Managing physical symptoms that are triggered by stress and anxiety
It is quite common to experience short-lived physical symptoms when your mood is low or anxious, for example:
- faster, irregular or more noticeable heartbeat
- feeling lightheaded and dizzy
- chest pains or loss of appetite
It can be difficult to know what is causing these symptoms, but often people who experience them due to stress, anxiety or low mood find that they get worse when they focus on them. See advice from the NHS on managing the physical symptoms.
If you are concerned about your physical symptoms, then do contact NHS 111 online.
For advice on coronavirus (COVID-19) and any symptoms see the NHS website.
If you are experiencing stress, feelings of anxiety or low mood, you can use the NHS mental health and wellbeing advice website for self-assessment, audio guides and practical tools Every Mind Matters also provides simple tips and advice to start taking better care of your mental health. If you are still struggling after several weeks and it is affecting your daily life, please contact NHS 111 online. If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111.
In a medical emergency call 999. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a physical health emergency.