Coping with Mental Illness at COVID-19

Everyone was concerned about the Pandemic Coronavirus illness outbreak. Anxiety, despair, and fear of an epidemic can all lead to mental health problems in adults and children. Coping with mental health issues during covid-19 is critical for the people you care about. During an epidemic, stress causes changes in sleeping habits, changes in eating patterns, worsens mental health disorders, overthinking, difficulties sleeping, and focusing. During the pandemic, everyone develops sleep difficulties. During this epidemic, the mental health of children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly will fluctuate. To manage with stress condition, take care of yourself and your community. There are other strategies to cope with stress, including taking pauses from viewing, reading, or hearing to news on the epidemic. Hearing about the epidemic on a regular basis might be upsetting, and unneeded anxiety will be created in the brains. Take deep breaths and practice yoga and meditation. Discuss your thoughts and worries with others.

 

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Difficulties sleeping
  • Overthinking
  • Changes in eating patterns

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