The past year has made us all experience pain, loss of loved ones, job loss, separation, and loneliness. From last year till now we all have seen and made changes in our lifestyle which were never imagined. Wearing masks, social distancing, and lockdown everything have brought changes in our lifestyle. Living without a household helper, working from home, no dining out and closed cities are some changes that nobody would have imagined even in their bad dreams. Covid 19 has made us all follow the unimagined lifestyle. It has not only impacted physical health but emotional health as well.
Many of you must have experienced emotional or behavioral changes impacting your mental health. Accepting changes is always challenging and if the change is a complete change of lifestyle then it definitely impacts mental health.
Now things are coming back to normal but still many of you are impacted by post-pandemic mental health issues like anxiety, OCD behavior, fear, and depression. The past year and six months have been really tough and shaken us badly. As the world is moving towards normalcy fear still exists in your mind.
Here are 4 important points that will help you deal with post-pandemic mental health issues:
The emotional experience, suffering, and pain which you have faced are all attached to your mind. More you suppress them and try to move on more they affect your mental health. Recognizing and accepting the challenges faced by you in the previous year is the only way to deal with moving on from anxiety.
Mindfulness and self-empathy will help you in reviewing the challenges faced by you in the previous year and six months without being judgmental.
Now you know how to enter the post-pandemic world calmly. If you still find problems in controlling your behavior, emotions and thoughts please take professional help.
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