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The start of the new year can be a time for change and excitement as we look forward to the things to come. The Health and Wellbeing team are here with their advice for combating poor mental health in January.
It started as an idea created by a PR agency aimed at selling holidays during the slower winter months. But despite the unsure origins of the idea, Blue Monday can be an opportunity, a chance for us to think about our mental health. The past ten months have been difficult. Shorter days and colder weather impact us in the best of times, but with the new lockdown impacting our ability to maintain social connections, the emotional wellbeing of large numbers of people is at risk.
Try turning this Blue Monday into a positive and do something to support your wellbeing. Take a nice long walk, a hot bath or simply get cosy on the sofa with a good book. If you want to talk to someone about the issues raised in this article, book an appointment with the Health and Wellbeing team. Set up an online one-to-one meeting through Compass , send them an email at londonhealth sunderland.
You can read more articles on our News pages. The past eight months have taught all of us a lot; about how we live our lives, the things we value and people we care for. But perhaps the number one thing we, as a society, have learned is adaptability. In this article, the Health and Wellbeing team take you through how you can adapt to change in a positive way. The Health and Wellbeing team are back, this time to tell you about a fantastic service available to all university students.