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By: jcrecovery May 8, 2020 no comments

How to Protect your Mental Health During COVID-19?

 

 

The world is suffering through the uncertainty after the plunge of Coronavirus in the world. The continuous pandemic situations are causing the feeling of restlessness in the masses. The isolation and distant-working are harming the people’s mental health especially those who are already passing through the chronic conditions. Many are going through the adult add test to better analyze their mental condition during COVID-19. Whereas many are struggling with queries regarding the protection of their mental health during this unrestrained period.

So, here are few ways to protect your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

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Take a break from social media

 

Social media is acting as one of the most active partners during the isolation period. It’s providing all the necessary information beneficial for us. But by staying in a continuous touch, hearing the crucial news continuously is getting on to the humans’ nerves. Make sure the information you are getting is from an authentic source as well as it’s not upsetting your mind. It’s always offensive to hear about the calamity and to see images about situations constantly. Try to involve yourself in other activities you enjoy that will bring normalcy in your life rather than staying connected with the news and getting stressed. Make time to feel and remind yourself that such feeling will fade and good times will come back.

Try to create new connected schedules 

Staying at home and doing work is always frustrating after a certain period. Comparing it to the office work where you dressed up regularly, interacting with people, and enjoying new tasks. One should keep themselves connected with the tasks and create connected schedules to keep your mind involved in various tasks to do. Create your schedule plan where you work and add ways in it to be connected with friends and family as well, through the medium of the internet. Incorporate the use of social media in your daily schedules maximum to deal with your work tasks smoothly with the flow. Staying connected with the work will not leave you to think much about the pandemic situation of the world. This will lead you to stay calm and productive.

 

Try to stay connected with your loved ones

 

Staying connected with your loved ones is mental therapy in itself. Talking and staying engaged with them transfers’ positive effective vibes which leads you to feel less isolated and emerges the thought of concern. It’s true that in COVID-19 social distancing is highly recommended but you can still stay connected with the loved ones by virtual communication. It’s the best tool to help you feel less isolated and to show care and affection by connecting through Telephone, Email, Text messages, Video chats, Social media, and more. Talking with your family and friends lowers the distress and feeling of social separation.

 

Take care of the body

 

To keep your body relaxed it’s really important to keep your mind peaceful. Try to exercise daily to have a peaceful mind. Keep your body hydrated and eat a balanced diet with a lot of proteins, carbohydrates, fibers, and minerals. Prefer not to take many salts and try to eat more dried nuts, and fruits to build immune strong. Avoid the intake of drugs and highly limit alcohol. This will play a great role to boost the immune system of your body leading to a peaceful mental workout.

 

Try to explore, new mental health toolkit 

 

Due to the pandemic, the attention of masses is shifted towards the growing resources available online. Indulge yourself to explore more opportunities for social connections, self-care, distance learning, meaningful content, telemedicine, and much beyond. The use of applications will divert your mind and attention, as well as open new doors for you to explore much more to increase your knowledge and well-being. They are the best tools to learn the use of wisdom.

 

Conclusion

 

It’s quite acceptable that quarantine may cause negative impacts on the mental health and well-being of individuals. But the consequences of it can be potentially far worse if you will not adopt several ways to minimize the effects of it. Everyone in the world is facing this pandemic situation equally, but it’s really important to face this time wisely and act accordingly. You should realize that a good time will definitely come and the pandemic will fade away soon. So, rather than taking the situation on nerves, you should utilize it in a productive way to cope up with the COVID-19 situation effectively.

 

 

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