Coming out of isolation and lockdown can cause anxiety for many people. We've compiled some tips to help you re-adjust to life outside your home.
While going into isolation was worrying, coming out of
isolation can also cause anxiety for many people. Everyone is different and some people need more support than others.
This is a troubling time for everyone and it is normal to
worry about what lockdown and isolation means for you
and your family. It only becomes a big problem when it
stops you doing things you need to and has an impact on
the rest of your life.
With the help of Professor Chris Bundy (Professor in Behavioural Medicine at Cardiff University), we've produced a new resource with hints and tips designed to help you manage fear
or worry and keep it in proportion so you can go about
doing the things you need to do.
Click here to the view the tips resource
If you've been shielding over the past few months, you can find more information about the latest shielding guidance in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales here.