24 August 2020
Stress is usually experienced in reaction to challenging or demanding situations. It’s possible that the COVID-19 crisis has drastically interrupted your regular routine, but you can manage your and your loved ones’ anxiety.
For many of us, isolating and social distancing has become the norm, and this can add to feelings of loneliness and anxiety. Consider the following if you’re finding it challenging to deal with your current circumstances:
Feeling anxious often stems from feeling powerless. Although you may not be at the forefront of the COVID-19 fight in the way healthcare workers are, there are ways in which you can give back. What’s more, helping others can boost your mental health.
When you are stressed, practising self-care can help you cope more easily. Consider the following the next time you feel overwhelmed:
This article is published courtesy of CareWays.