You are not alone. Many people are worried about coronavirus and the implications for day to day life.
These feelings are a normal response to an abnormal situation.
You might be worried about your own health and your loved ones, experiencing a change in your sleep or eating patterns, having difficulty concentrating and experiencing physical symptoms of panic. For most people these feelings are temporary and will pass.
However, there are things you can do to help manage and reduce your worrying thoughts and feelings related to coronavirus.
Moodcafe has lots of information on self-help resources relating to management of stress, various anxiety difficulties, sleep problems and low mood which will be helpful at this difficult time.
Breathing Space Scotland 0800 83 85 87 - advisors are available in the evenings (6pm - 2am) and at the weekends (24 hours) for anyone feeling low, anxious or isolated
The Silver Line 0800 4 70 80 90 - friendship and advice 24 hours a day for older people
Samaritans 116 123 - volunteers who will listen or talk through your worries (available 24 hours)
If you have existing mental health condition
This may be a particularly worrying time for people with existing health conditions. The online resources listed will be helpful along with disorder specific information below.
Anxiety (including OCD) coronanxiety-support-resources
Mental Health Helplines conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mental-health-helplines
NHS Apps - apps-library/category/mental-health