The EFL's charity partner, Mind, have told us that people are more likely to experience mental health problems during national emergencies, and people who already have mental health problems can be the most affected.
Staying at home is essential to limit the spread of coronavirus, but it is also leaving millions of people without many of the things we value for our mental wellbeing.
Mind have launched a survey to help them better understand the impact coronavirus is having on people’s mental health, how people are currently accessing advice, and to better understand what they can do to support people during this time.
Studies have shown that being aware of what is taking place in the present directly enhances our wellbeing.@Mindcharity remind us to be in the moment.— R e a d i n g F C (@ReadingFC) April 22, 2020
What do you find helps your wellbeing?
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There are two surveys here, one for adults and one for young people aged 13 -17.
Mind are hoping for responses from a range of people across England and Wales, so if you have an opportunity, please complete the survey and share it where you can.