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Get Up and Go
Having a daily routine can help us feel more in control of our day and allows us to focus on things that are important to us and to our mental health. #TogetherWithSOSAD let’s focus on the little things that will get us through the day.
Making the right food choices will improve your physical and mental health. Therefore, we have prepared a simple and delicious fruit smoothie recipe for you to make at home during self-isolation.
- 1 Banana
- 140g Blueberries
- 140g Raspberries or Strawberries
- 140g Blackberries
- Mineral Water or Fruit Juice
- Drop of Honey
Exercising is not just for people who want to improve their physical health. By exercising you can reduce stress, anxiety, negative mood and depression. As a result, improving your mental health, self esteem and cognitive function.
#TogetherWithSOSAD let’s work out! Here is a link to a 20 minute beginner friendly workout: https://youtu.be/UItWltVZZmE
You may think that stretching is only for people who workout - but we all need to stretch weather we are active or inactive.Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong and healthy. Therefore, you should spend a few minutes to stretch daily.
Stretching improves posture and range of motion, decreases back pain and muscle soreness as well as prevents injury. #TogetherWithSOSAD lets do a 5 minute full body stretch: https://youtu.be/pH6KMX0V7d0
It has been said that colouring calms down the busiest of minds. According to research due to its basic, repetitive motions, colouring engages parts of the cerebral cortex while relaxing the amygdala, the brain's fear centre.
#TogetherWithSOSAD take some time to calm your mind.
Download the colouring page and start colouring! - https://we.tl/t-sIzRnR5jtl
We have put together a little activity pack which can be printed off at home, to help entertain them, and encourage conversations about how they are feeling.
Download the activity pack here: https://we.tl/t-0AmqHrnl3q
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