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How to avoid emotional exhaustion in lockdown

Some pointers that could help you survive spiraling negative thoughts about this uncertain time.

  • Make an effort to create a schedule. This brings a semblance of normalcy to our life. It lets us know that life is on track and we are in control of things.
  • Change your mindset from “I am stuck inside” to “I can finally focus on my home and myself”
  • Do not believe in rumours or news that comes on social media. Verify the source of the news and ensure it's credibility
  • Avoid obsessing over endless Coronavirus coverage on TV and Mobile. Watch movies on Netflix and Prime
  • Unclutter your home and make your room tidy. Avoid eating on bed. Wake up early like your routine.
  • Talk to your friends, family, anyone. Humans need to feel connection. It’s what makes us feel happy.
  • Adopt healthy sleeping and eating habits that build immunity.
  • Make time to learn a skill, such as cooking, painting, or even a new language.
  • Stay connected with loved ones through video and phone calls, texts and social media.
  • Get in touch with people you have not been talking to for a very long time
  • Maintain a regular sleep routine, eat healthy foods and maintain a balanced diet. Avoid binge-eating.
  • Don’t judge people and avoid jumping to conclusions about who is responsible for the spread of the disease. The coronavirus can affect anyone, regardless of gender, ethnicity or sex.
  • Call us on our toll free number for more information on Covid 19 during 9am to 5pm IST Monday to Friday.
  • Last of all, we all need to stay positive and calm at an individual level. It is all in the perspective of the situation. Like every coin has two sides, this situation does too.

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