5 Ways To Fight Stress During The Covid-19 Outbreak

The news about the coronavirus outbreak is enough to stress anyone, especially mums. After all, we not only worry about ourselves, but more so about our children and our family. Most countries have declared lock-downs. Even our president placed Luzon under enhanced community quarantine. The pandemic has suspended classes and closed down a number of establishments. Along with it the disruption of our normal day-to-day activities. We live in such difficult times that it is a must that we not only watch out for our physical health but also keep tabs on our mental condition. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to fight stress during the Covid-19 outbreak:
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Reading is a good way to fight stress during the Covid-19 outbreak. Read the books you have hoarded but never found the time to. If you do not have a stock of printed books, you can also go online for free e-books. Famed author Paulo Coelho is offering Brida, Manuscripts Found In Accra, and other books for free download. Feast Books, a local publication, is also offering a Bo Sanchez e-book for free download. In addition, you can also read articles on how to care for yourself in this time of pandemic, like this one from Tiny Buddha. While you are at it, you might also want to read a number of inspiring quotes and articles online to keep you in a good mood.

Moreover, you might also want to research on some of the different natural stress relief out there. Reading about natural remedies such as CBD, for example, might help you to determine whether taking an alternative approach to dealing with your stress could work for you. There is a lot of research out there to suggest that CBD products can have a mood-boosting impact on the mind and body. Accordingly, you can learn more about the potential health-boosting benefits of CBD by taking a look at some of the helpful resources and products on the Gold Bee website.


Take A Mental Break

Exposing ourselves to too much news about the outbreak can also take its toll on our mental health, causing us to worry and think unnecessarily. Distancing ourselves from social media and the tellie and taking a mental break will do us loads of good. Instead, we can play music or play with our children to help us relax and put our mind at ease.

You may also try lighting a candle, diffusing essential oils, or taking a sip or two of kava kava to help ease anxiety or depression and give you a good night’s sleep.

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