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16 Apr 2020

MIND HK shares daily tips to manage stress in honour of Stress Awareness Month

Mind HK is on a mission overcome the taboo of speaking about mental health in Hong Kong. Mind HK addresses mental health problems in the city by providing online support, training programmes, public service awareness campaigns and collaborative research. Using global best practice to empower and equip anyone experiencing a mental health problem with the resources they require; Mind HK is leading the way with the support and resources that are so greatly needed.

In honour of Stress Awareness Month in April, Mind HK has collated a calendar of daily tips to help Hongkongers. As everybody is going through a difficult time, they’d like to support the community as much as possible by helping people to reduce their stress. 

This calendar contains tips based on four themes that are relevant and important to address at this time: 

  • Social connection: Making sure you stay connected with friends, family and coworkers, while continuing to cultivate relationships with social distancing recommendations in mind. 
  • COVID-19: With the feelings of unease and uncertainty, it is increasingly important to acknowledge your feelings and take care of your wellbeing, to stay well and be better equipped to cope with this. 
  • Workplace: Creating work-life balance while many people are starting to work from home. 
  • Resilience: Ensuring you are able to adapt and bounce back when things go back to the new normal.  

More information and the calendar can be downloaded from their website. Follow their social channels for daily updates and tips to make a difference to both your physical and mental well-being.

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