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How to take care of your Mental Health during the COVID-19 outbreak
The recent health crisis across the world has affected the lives of many in different ways. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has emerged as the biggest threat to human race knowing no boundaries or territories. With the governments across the world imposing precautionary measures through nationwide “Lockdown”, the after-effects of this pandemic coupled with the movement constrain has given rise to several mental & behavioural concerns for people in all age groups.
Human is termed as a "Social Animal", and we have made ourselves habitual to be surrounded by family, friends, or colleagues. Though the pandemic as subjected everyone to lockdown, with few being stranded alone at home, and away from family and friends battling loneliness.
While many people are balancing work & home during the Lockdown, it is utmost important to look after the physical, emotional and mental growth of the kids.
The pandemic has caused severe economic effect leading to growing concern on people's business and job security. Though, while we battle against the novel coronavirus, it is also important to keep the anxiety and negativity during such grim times away for better well-being and mental health.
Covid-19 has brought a drastic change to our working patterns, be it by making the dining tables as work stations or mixing our family time into deadline completion. While we continue to balance both the roles, it is important to beat the work stress and anxiety.
While the lockdown has pushed us to spend more time at home, making one lose the excitement and surprise element to turn back to our partner. Turn this lockdown to the maximum quality spending time with your partner.
While we all sat at home with families, our front line workers and helpers worked tirelessly to keep us save. Their selfless attitude towards their duty ensured everyone a safety and stronger recovery. While they helped us battle the novel virus, they internally struggled with their emotions, their plight and separation from their own loved ones.
The outbreak of Covid-19 has affected many areas of our lives negatively. The virus has not only made people sick, but it has also disrupted the regular lives. To keep ourselves protected, we are introduced to new things like social distancing, home quarantine, and lockdown. All this has caused depression and anxiety in many people.
Grief is our response to a profound loss. Unlike what is commonly believed, it not only arises from the death of a loved person but can also be caused by the loss of a pet, a thing we hold personal or anything that is special to us. It usually causes intense feelings of sorrow.