Prince William and Kate Middleton invited public opinion on Sunday to take care of their mental health during the coronavirus epidemic.
“The past few weeks have been anxious and disturbing for everyone. We need to take time to support each other and find ways to take care of our mental health,” read a post on their Kensington Palace Twitter feed.
“By taking simple steps every day, we can all be better prepared for the times ahead.”
The royal couple lent their support to England’s recent public health (PHE) word of caution which urges the public to stay in touch with loved ones through technology, while maintaining a regular routine and maintaining their sleep.
The two previously launched a Heads Together campaign in 2016 and in collaboration with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which surrounded mental health problems.
The new guide also encourages the public to delve into new hobbies by structuring future goals that would help address anxiety during the self-isolation period at home.
PHE also said it will provide assistance and support to those with existing mental health conditions and how they can get help from professionals during these test times.
On the other hand, it has also been reported that the National Health Service mental health service providers are also working to launch a 24/7 health line.