8 tips to reduce anxiety during this Lockdown period (To fight Against Corona Virus)

tips to reduce anxiety

1. Isolate yourself 

Most of the information about coronavirus already shared by the state and central governments through news and other official sources. So Don’t show anxiety to know the death toll minute to minute, it may create over stress mentally.

 

2. Don’t lookout for the death toll. 

It’s not a cricket match to know the latest scores minute to minute. It is always better to avoid that and make sure to stay calm and maintain interactions with all social sharings and news related to deaths happening across the globe. This may help to reduce panic situations.

 

3. Stop looking for additional information on the Internet, it would weaken your mental state. 

Information that we listen or see shows a great impact on our minds. So most of the time, avoid internet sources and other information to help your mental conditions to stay stable.

 

4. Try not to send fatalistic messages. 

Try not to avoid sending such fatalistic messages to your friends and family members because that could lead to some panic situations. So better avoid sharing information which is received about coronavirus until unless knowing the information is from trustful sources like state or central governments or from WHO.

 

5. Listen to Music

Listening to music can help you to cope up with anxiety on these lockdown days. It helps you to improve mood and reduces stress.

 

6. Discipline 

Maintain discipline in the home by washing your hands, putting up a sign or alarm for everyone in the house. Stay actively in house-related activities, be part of your family members’ daily routine.

 

7. Stay Positive

Positive mood increases the immune system, whereas negative thoughts will depress your immune system as have been shown in some studies and make it weak to fight against Virus.

 

8. Stay Home, Stay Safe

Most importantly, firmly believe that this shall also pass and we will be safe….!

 

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