30 simple tips to reduce anxiety during quarantine
It's okay to not feel okay, but here's how to feel better
In this time of pandemic and isolation, the psychological impact is not to be underestimated—even for those who have never experienced mental illness. Anxiety levels are on the rise because it’s increasingly harder not to worry or feel uneasy about the uncertain outcomes. You might be feeling like you’re not yourself, or maybe you’re frightened of being infected, worried about your loved ones, bored out of your mind, or frustrated at everything. You’re not alone!
Fortunately, doctors and government organizations are sharing various tips to help us manage our anxiety in quarantine. Click through to see 30 easy tips you can follow.
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