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Since the announcement of the new national restrictions, many of us may be feeling anxious about what is to come. 2020 has been an overwhelming year all round.

It was National Stress Awareness Day this week and, it couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time. This day reminds us of the effects of stress and the active steps we can do to manage our own stress or to help others we care about to do so.

This article brings together a few tips we hope will help during these challenging times.

1. Talk

If you can, keep in touch with your family, friends or support bubble – talking helps.

Do you want to find new and creative ways to stay in touch with those further away? Here are some ideas of alternative virtual activities to keep spirits up.  

2. Exercise

Exercise is proven to reduce stress, improve overall wellbeing, and strengthen your immune system. While gyms, physio and classes may be closed, there are some alternative ways to keep you moving.

3. Relax

Take time for yourself to relax and recharge your batteries. It’s natural to get overwhelmed.

4. Cooking

It doesn’t matter how many people you may be cooking for, it works wonders for stress.

We hope this article has helped you and others coping with lockdown and the stress it entails – we encourage you to keep a positive mindset.

We have launched a Facebook group: Together for Better Days, for long term pain sufferers and their loved ones to have a conversation, share tips and help one another – community is key during times like these. We are better together.

Take a look at the latest government guidelines for the UK here.

To Better Days has a range of active patches that help those experiencing sustained discomfort. Our easy to use adhesive patches contain a patented combination of vitamin D and dextrose to offer a topical and targeted option that supports the health of joints, muscles and nerves.


Here’s to being on the move, having more ‘get up and go’ and a feeling of freedom. Here’s To Better Days.
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