The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused uncertainty, stress and worry for many for the past few months. Even as businesses reopen and restrictions are lifted, many Americans are experiencing considerable anxiety.
With more than half of Americans reporting to Dynata, a survey insights firm, that they think the COVID-19 pandemic will last six months or more, many health experts are concerned about the nation’s mental health.
While experiencing stress or anxiety over the health and economic fears brought on by COVID-19 is normal, if you don’t take steps to cope with these feelings, you can put yourself at risk for long-term health effects.
Try these tips to keep your coronavirus-related stress and anxiety under control:
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted daily life and caused stress and anxiety for many, even as we enter our new normal. If left unchecked, these feelings can have negative effects on your mental well-being. Take steps today to keep your stress and anxiety under control.
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