With Covid19, we have never faced uncertainty and challenges before; it is completely natural to feel stress during the pandemic. It’s a normal reaction to difficult events or circumstances. Some stress is normal and it is no regarded as depression or anxiety.
Although you do not do anything about it, severe and ongoing stress can be a risk to your mental health. It should be a priority to manage your level of stress during the pandemic as it can be a risk to your mental health.
By allowing yourself time to do fun activities, take your mind off your worries. Learning to interact with individuals, and that it will benefit you and others!
It might be just listening to your music, dancing, talking to your friends, gardening, baking or like now, just surfing the web!
Not just the fun activities, but if we try and spend time studying or learning new skills, especially when you are at home, it is also important.
Just talk to people you trust, like a friend, your mother, or even a doctor! They will assist you in relieving your tension. Do not be frightened!
It could be beneficial to incorporate regular exercise or yoga or anything to keep you going. These can also be used as a strategy for coping. Always try to keep things in mind and note that this time is going to pass, and normal life is going to resume.
Do not ignore the advice, follow good hygiene standards, and take care of your health!