For the enhancement of your well-being, we have put together tips which are intended to make your daily life under coronavirus easier. Tips are related to mental well-being, ergonomics, and exercise. Check out the material and see what would work in your own remote life.
Tips for mental well-being in a remote life
A 30-minute lunchtime drop-in will help you to reconnect with yourself during the lunch break. You’ll also have a chance to receive peer support for your daily life during the pandemic. Lunchtime drop-ins will be held on Tuesdays from 11.30 to 12.00 am from March to May 2021.
Useful writings by psychologists
The texts below provide clever ways to cope with your daily life under coronavirus, from everyday news choices all the way through imagination to deep breathing and exercise.
Tips for coping with the coronavirus situation
How to improve your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic?
The coronavirus epidemic may cause insecurity and worry
Remote ergonomics and exercise
When you are constantly studying remotely and you are unlikely to move in the normal way, your body is tested. Below are easy tips for improving remote ergonomics and moving around in everyday life.
Posture and working positions -summary page
Home cure for acute back pain -video
Varied exercises for your lower back -video
Gentle exercise -article
Look after your mind – and your rest -article
Instructions on how to take care of your business during the coronavirus pandemic
Read the instructions on how you can take care of your business at FSHS and how you can estimate your own condition.
If you need professional help, call our nationwide service numbers, which serve for now during weekdays from 8 am to 1 pm.
- General and mental health services 046 710 1073
- Oral health services 046 710 1085