‘Balance is fulfilling’: how to look after your mental health at uni

From making time for self-care to silencing your inner critic, the experts share their top tips for looking after your mental health at university

Transition points in life, such as going to university, can be exciting, but they can also bring up feelings of stress, anxiety and nervousness. Making a big life change during a pandemic is even more of a challenge.

, ‘Balance is fulfilling’: how to look after your mental health at uni, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

There’s nothing to be ashamed of if you’re feeling a bit uneasy about the prospect. It happens to even the most confident and accomplished of us. Alex George, youth mental health ambassador to the government and author of Live Well Every Day, recalls feeling unsettled for a month when he started a new job in London. “It was my dream job, I was so excited about it, but I was so nervous,” he says.

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