I am okay.


Sleep is important for your physical and mental health.

Sleep helps to regulate the chemicals in your brain that transmit information and manage your moods and emotions. If we don't get enough sleep, we can start to feel depressed or anxious.

Physical activity

Physical activity is essential in maintaining good mental health.

Physical activity is essential in maintaining good mental health. Being active not only gives you a sense of achievement, but it also boosts the chemicals in your brain that help elevate your mood. You don't need to run a marathon or play 90 minutes of football to reap the benefits; a short walk or some form of gentle activity will do the trick.

Eating well

Eating well isn't just important for our bodies, it's also important for our minds.

Regular, well-balanced meals give you fuel to stay strong and focused.

media consumption

Limit your media consumption.

Some activity is necessary but take steps to limit your exposure to troubling news and social media posts that provoke anxiety, anger, or fear.

close connections

Having close connections is important not just for your self-esteem, but also for providing support when you're not feeling too great.

Try to maintain positive relationships with friends and loved ones.

Get outside

Get outside! Sunlight is a great source of vitamin D.

Vitamin D is an essential vitamin for our bodies and our brains. Try to go out in the sun when you can, but make sure you keep your skin and eyes safe. 30 minutes to two hours of sunlight a day is ideal.