The lockdown and general coverage of the coronavirus may be having an impact on existing circumstances or conditions you've been living with or triggering new symptoms.
You might find your usual face to face services are disrupted. If you've been getting support, this may now be available via by phone or email.
The following organisations offer practical tips on how to manage your symptoms during this period of self-isolation, as well as support and guidance for managing your condition more generally:
Mental Health Foundation Tips which are constantly being updated
OCD-UK OCD and coronavirus top tips
Beat Eating Disorders Eating disorders and coronavirus
The Sanctuary A chat room and safe space for people with an eating disorder to share concerns and advice on how they are coping with the pandemic
Papyrus Prevention of young suicide: helpline and supporting resources
Bipolar UK Bipolar disorder and coronavirus
The Stay Alive App An app for those at risk of suicide and those worried about someone
CALM Helpline for everyone but especially men, and tips on coping with social isolation
Mind Coronavirus and your wellbeing
Anxiety UK Self-help resources for anxiety related conditions
The Samaritans If you're worried about your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus: Victim and witness services Support for victims of domestic or sexual violence and abuse