As the dark nights draw in ever earlier and ever colder, the prospect of winter lockdowns across the UK are filling many of us with dread. But millions of people across the world have already experienced coronavirus lockdowns often in sub-zero temperatures – so what can we learn from them?

Lockdown in Tromsø began in March 2020, when the average temperature was -1.1C, with lows of -8.9C. It rained or snowed almost every day.

Ida Solhaug says coping with a winter lockdown is all about mindset.

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The mindfulness researcher at the University of Tromsø says my line of questioning – about how to “get through”

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