Mental Health: How to deal with stress in the post-Covid world?

“It doesn’t matter” fear of Covid-19 virus itself, but a new normal that people have unwittingly adopted in order to break the viral reproductive chain, said Dr Chawla.

It is unclear whether stress is one of the root causes in all levels. Students and homemakers are not left behind. Getting back to school/college, even students and parents are burdened with anxiety and fear of adopting the virus.

It’s important to understand wall dealing with stress and effectively managing it if you can’t get rid of it.

I. with feelings

Recognize how you feel

It’s important to be honest with your feelings. Journaling might be one of the best ways to record your innermost thoughts and feelings.

As you write your thoughts, label whatever negativity you’re afraid of. Speak to your most trusted friend or counselor. You have to be gentle. Don’t judge yourself.

Acceptance of doubt

Although we all love to master all kinds of things in life, it doesn’t always happen. This pandemia thing is out of bounds.

No one knew that there would be no time for him to take his advice before the time. Uncertainty is part of life.

Preparing to have a mild mind during the tides and summers no matter how things will turn out. Remember, you don’t have the right to be in a good position.

II. Ways to stay calm

Get physical activity

A sedentary lifestyle can be very bad. When a potato cushion leads to stress that aggravates or leads to other health issues such as cardiovascular disease, immune system suppression, diabetes, obesity, sleep issues, headaches, neck and back pain, and depression or anxiety among others, according to ACSM health. and Fitness Journal.

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Some recommended physical activities include jogging, skipping, dancing, play, use the stairs, play with kids/care. Getting physical activity or exercise helps release dopamine and serotonin that relieve stress, are included in a variety of sources for the Sport and Sport Sciences Review.

In addition, it can increase the cardiovascular, digestive and immune systems.

Healthy food

Be on a steady diet. Reduce junk or fried foods. Include citrus apples in your diet.

According to a book titled ‘Post-harvest Biology and Technology of Tropics and Subtropical Fruits’, due to its high vitamin C content, citrus fruits offer many benefits, from boosting immunity to collagen-building and reducing anemia and stress.

balanced diet Be on a steady diet. Reduce junk or fried foods. (Source: Pexels)

best rest

Six to seven hours of sound is important for maintaining power. But ironically it is the link between sleep and stress. The quality of sleep is hard when confirmed.

sleep Six to seven hours of sleep is important to get over stress. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock)

Sleep deprivation and deprivation can lead to cardiovascular diseases, other co-disorders diseases, memory loss, lack of focus, and even health worries.

Exercising and eating very well during the season will certainly help in stress release, which in turn will help in getting the right sleep.


Sunny under the sun for at least 20 minutes each day will not only give you your natural vitamin D, but also helps ward off stress and depression. Do you know that the light of the sun increases your rain and keeps affective disorder at bay?

According to a study by researchers at Brigham Young University, “mental illness has been found to increase with reduced hours of sunlight.”

Stay connected

When lockdowns and fewer jokes ensued, many felt stopped by the herd.

But you can still be a part of online communities and share with friends and people via video calls or online forums to join in on their level of interest – be it a book club or a hobby.

parents and children bonding, parents and children communicating, connecting with their children, parenting, indian express, indian express message. Spend quality time with family. Read, watch animation, cook, declutter and play with children or pets. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock)

Spend quality time with family. Read, watch animation, cook, declutter (did you know declutter is a great stress-buster?), and play with children or pets.

It’s time for me

I will meditate. The little time for me It gives you a window to look in and connect with your interior. Yoga and deep breathing work equally well with many health benefits. Keep your senses away from indulgences.

Watching too much TV or a mobile phone is one form of indulgence for the eyes! Let us reflect on how you feel better each day.

Limit digital activity

Limit exposure to news and updates. Use social media moderately. Check your thoughts and keep your reasoning before you can go too deep into your thoughts.

Get creative and use crafts. The pandemic undoubtedly solves the side effects of global pressure, but it is a powerful remedy in our media. Above tips, it’s never hard to know what you want to master.

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