We know exercise alone will not prevent us from getting the Coronavirus (or any virus for that matter), but we do know that exercise will build up your strength and resilience, which in turn will help your body fight infections and increase your immune system.
And for our mental health, exercise is a powerful tool which can tackle loneliness, reduce your anxiety levels, help you sleep better, improve your mood, improve your self-esteem and sense of achievement.
What’s more, if you’re recovering from a coronavirus infection, evidence shows that building regular activity into your daily routine is safe and important and helps your body get back to normal.
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They want every 4-5 year old in Reception year at school in Suffolk to receive a copy of Sammy the Sea Squirt, Suffolk Mind’s unique storybook about how children can look after their mental health.
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