The coronavirus pandemic has most people in their home self-isolating.
Wales football internationals have teamed dup with a welsh mental health charity to give tips on coping with the challenges of self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Daniel James urges you to try to stay positive, which is pretty sound advice.
During the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak schools and businesses are closing so we don’t have many reasons to be wondering the streets, with governments advising people to stay indoors.
UK government is asking some people to self-isolate for up to 12 weeks.
Check out the FA Wales & Hafal coronavirus mental health video:
Remember to practise social distancing and leave your home only when essential.
I get out for an hour every day to take the dog for a walk to avoid cabin fever and to ensure I get some exercise and fresh air.
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