Six ways to improve your wellbeing

Last published 22 December 2020

It's really important that you take care of yourself in these challenging times. You might feel anxious about your health and be concerned about friends and family in other parts of the world. You might feel lonely and worried about the future. Please remember, you're not alone – there is lots of support available from your GP and other organisations across London and the UK.

To help you during the COVID-19 pandemic, Doctors of the World and Thrive LDN have produced this wellbeing guidance, which is available in 27 languages. It contains advice about staying connected, staying active and being kind to yourself. You can read this booklet online or print it out. You might also like to share it with any friends and relatives who might find it useful.

For more translated resources, including the latest government advice on COVID-19 and motion graphic videos with key information for migrants, visit the Doctors of the World website.

The Doctors of the World and Thrive LDN project is supported by the Mayor of London.

Useful Good Thinking resources

Advice for children and young people

Advice for parents and carers

Five ways to good mental wellbeing for different faiths

How to look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak

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Campaign to End Loneliness


Migrant Help


My Mind TV (videos)

NHS Better Health

Refugee Council



UK Government

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