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Is the strain of COVID-19 feeling a little too much? Listen to this video on staying Mental Healthy.

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When life gets too complicated, the best thing you can do for yourself is to take a step back and view the situation objectively.

  • Yes, the Coronavirus is spreading around.
  • But the situation is beyond your control.
  • Still, you can take safety measures which are simple yet effective can be tackled at a personal level.
  • Not to forget, the whole world is working together to combat this issue so you are not alone.

Here are some tips to help stay calm through a crisis:

  • One should always look at the brighter sides of things.
  • Sit and enjoy a cup of tea, coffee or juice on your porch, your favorite chair or a calm, soothing place.
  •  Slow down. If possible, don’t react immediately. Instead, be patient and collect as much information as possible.
  • Stay positive. When stressful situations occur, your mind may go in a thousand directions and some of your thoughts may be negative. Let go of negative thoughts and refocus your mind on something positive, no matter how small.
  • Take care of your body. Exercise lowers the level of stress hormones and helps the body function at its highest level. By improving your health, you’ll increase your self-control, memory and emotional intelligence — important characteristics that will help you respond well to an emergency.
  • Call a trusted friend or mentor. Use your support system and don’t be afraid to ask for advice with a stressful situation.
  • Disconnect. Pull away from the situation for a while, even if only for an hour or two.
  • Develop a coping strategy. To better cope, develop a ritual you enjoy. Perhaps you’ll choose to meditate, exercise or read in the mornings.

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