Children and young people will stay calm if the adults around them are calm. It is important that you manage your stress too.
Many of us are feeling worried or stressed about how coronavirus could affect our lives, as well as our loved ones.
We may now be having to spend more time at home, perhaps isolated from the friends, family and other relationships that we know are vital to keeping ourselves mentally healthy. It may also be harder for us to do the things that normally help keep us well.
There are things we can do to look after our mental wellbeing during this time. On this page, we are gathering the information, links and resources that we can, to help keep you informed and protect your mental health.
The new 'Clear Your Head' campaign from the Scottish Government is to help people cope during the coronavirus pandemic. The campaign highlights the practical things people can do to help them feel better whilst continuing to stay at home, acknowledging these are worrying and uncertain times for many.
The coronavirus outbreak is affecting the way many of us live our lives, and it's normal that this will affect people's mental health. We've gathered some resources that might be helpful.
Heads Up has information managing your mental health and mental health resources in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Wellbeing South Glasgow offer self help advice.
Watch the below video from NHS 24: Taking Care of Your Sleeping Pattern