Writing down your thoughts can help to remove negativity as well as lighten your heart and mind.
Covid And Ott
The second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic in India is at its peak. Meanwhile, millions of people are back on working mode once again, as many companies have transformed their operations from office to work from home. According to the Life Coach, who advises people to spend their daily routines better, staying at home and beating the second wave of COVID can keep people healthy and also keep themselves busy in many ways.
Since the second wave of COVID-19 is very fast and in the meantime, there is also tension between the people of different classes with uncertainty and concern about the future. To remove anxiety and stress, these life coaches stay in the house and are giving advice for healthy physical and mental condition.
Take small steps
Life coach and Relationship Counselor in Mumbai, Sheetal Shapariya said that, the epidemic is giving rise to a feeling of anxiety and panic among people of all age groups. In such a situation it is important to get rid of all negativity by overcoming your thoughts and the best way to do this is by writing them and taking small steps to deal with them. ”
Keep yourself busy in OTT and IPL
Another way to keep yourself busy and entertained is that you can watch movies or TV / OTT series. Apart from this, with the Indian Premier League (IPL) there are many OTT platforms with great content, with the help of which you can spend your good evening.
Sheetal said that writing down your thoughts can help to remove negativity as well as lighten your heart and mind. He said that apart from this, a well written novel can also connect you with the outside world even while staying at home.
The epidemic is psychologically affected
According to Rahul Rai Kakkar, senior consultant and psychiatrist at Narayana Hospital in Gurugram, the epidemic is affecting people psychologically as well and during this time taking care of mental health has become as important as maintaining Covid hygiene. Experts have emphasized that epidemic blues can be defeated while working from home, getting proper sleep, time management, physical exercise etc.
Spending some good time with family members while working from home can also help build confidence. To stay healthy, Kakkar mentioned some things like regular sleep, avoiding sleep during the daytime, consuming caffeine after 5 pm, etc.
He also said that sometimes it is difficult to come out of the jungle of his thoughts. Therefore, it is advisable to seek professional help. The psychiatrist said that seeking help is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength. Experts have also warned that the coming weeks will be severe, so everyone should get out of the house only for necessary work and adequate precautions should be taken.
According to data released by the Union Ministry of Health and Family, India has recorded 2,34,692 fresh covid cases in the last 24 hours, the highest number of cases on a single day so far. On Saturday, the total number of COVID cases in the country has reached 1,45,26,609.
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