Coping with COVID-19 Psychologically
Here are a few suggestions made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to support your mental health at a difficult time like this.
You may not have the opportunity to go outside or to a gym to workout, but you can still keep exercise in your life by doing at-home workouts.
There has been much scientific proof that shows meditation can reduce stress and control anxiety along with many other benefits.
3. Eating habits.
Try to eat well-balanced meals to stay healthy.
4. Connect with your friends and family.
Feel free to share your concerns and feeling with those around you. Talking it out with a trusted person can help greatly.
5. Keep up with regular routines.
Staying home can mean wasting your day or finding time to do activities you had been putting off. In order to feel productive, make a schedule and accomplish things during your day, as you would if the coronavirus didn’t exist. If you want more tips on how to be productive at home, let us know and we will post a blog about it.
6. Spread the truth.
Sharing correct information about COVID-19 and understanding the pandemic can make things less stressful and eliminate your fears created by fake information.
If you are feeling overwhelmed with emotions, feel free to contact us or a specialist.