8 Ways to deal with coronavirus/COVID-19 related anxiety & stress

Published February 8, 2022 by Nan Mykel

I usually pick the salt off the caramels, but thought this post useful…

Salted Caramel

The corona virus pandemic has the world in its grip. Lockdown, isolation  and curfew are words  you hear all the time. Routines are disrupted and lives are changing rapidly.

Along with all the actual inconvenience, there is a feeling of panic. While recognising the gravity of the situation, we need to make sure that we don’t succumb to anxiety.

Here are just a few suggestions that are quite simple and that you know already. I have just put them down as a reminder :  

1. Stay in touch with friends.

This seems to be an oxymoron when we are supposed to practise social distancing, but I mean staying in touch via telephone or social media. Logging in to your various groups on Whatsapp or Facebook etc is a good way to stay in touch too. This virtual contact dispels the lonelness  that you can experience while in social distancing…

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