Staying healthy is important right now. We all need to remember to wash our hands, don't touch our faces and wear a face covering when you need to.
There are lots of things you can do to stay healthy like eating healthy food, making sure you move around and getting enough sleep.
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Here are resource packs focusing on supporting a return to school. These were written by the NES Early Intervention TIPS Clinicians in NHS Grampian.
Eating a balanced healthy diet helps with your energy levels, sleep and brain power. Click on the tabs below for resources to support you with eating well. Getting in to the kitchen on your own or with your family to cook can help to fill your day as well your belly.
Moving and exercise can help you stay healthy. It also helps with your mood and sleep. Here is some information about how much exercise you should be doing.
Gov.uk explain the physical activity needed for general health benefits for all children and young people.
All the changes you are experiencing might be making getting a good nights sleep hard. Remember it is normal to have a range of feelings about what is going on. So finding it hard to sleep right now is very common. It is more important than ever we all practice good sleeping habits.
See below information from Sleep Scotland for to help promote good sleep hygiene: