Check in with yourself with Dr Radha

Are you sometimes in a bad mood but you don't know why? Or do you sometimes feel so tired you don't want to get out of bed? It's normal to feel like this, especially during lockdown. But there are lots of things you can do to give yourself a little boost. So stop for a moment and take a deep breath because it's time to check in with yourself!

To help you out, we have asked Dr Radha from BBC Radio 1 to share her top tips on how to keep your mind and body healthy. So answer the questions below and find out why it's super important to check in with yourself every day.

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Excellent work! You have taken the time to think about your feelings, your energy level, what you're eating and what exercise you are doing. Why not try one of Dr Radha's top tips and check back in tomorrow to see if you feel any different?


Let us know your top tips for keeping your mind and body healthy during lockdown in the comments below!

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  • Comment posted by Aalia, at 14:43 20 Feb

    I feel so upset from COVID-19
    Message from CBBC

    Coronavirus can make things feel uncertain and it can be difficult to cope with change. You can visit BBC Own It for tips on coping with uncertainty and change or download the Own It app. For more information on Coronavirus, you can visit this Newsround Q&A page. It could really help to talk to someone about how you are feeling. You can confide in any trusted adult such as a parent, relative or teacher, but if there is no one you feel you can speak to, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11 Calls are free, confidential and will not show up on any bill. You can also visit the Childline website at childline.org.uk, and there is a free Childline app you can download called For Me.

    Do try to speak to someone as soon as possible. You might be surprised to find out how much better you feel when you share your feelings.

    CBBC

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