How to keep calm and stay optimistic during the pandemic
Coronavirus is a threat to our physical health but the crisis is also a threat to our mental health.
People are trying to follow the advice #stayathomesavelives, but at the same time they feel anxious, bored and lonely. It isn’t relevant matter how we are, how active we were in our social life, lockdown can be a very difficult for each of us.
We do not have the opportunity to leave home as much as we would like or feel as free as we did to before. Some of us would like to keep themselves busy with our kids, and maintain a normal routine and others just want to avoid thoughts about the pandemic and things we cannot change.
We spend more and more time sitting in front of our computers on video conferences with our colleagues and friends to try to stay sane, but this not good for our health an wellbeing. If you are lucky and live in the countryside you can get out or a walk and some fresh air, but not all of us can. How can we stay on top of our mental health as well as our physical health? The British government has just published some wellbeing guidance.
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