The Mental Trauma of COVID and 6 Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself
Posted by Peter Milder on 8/16/2021 to Anxiety and Stress
It’s terrifying to realize a pandemic such as the coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading around the world. The different stages of a pandemic can provide panic and anxiety. No one knows just how widespread or deadly the novel coronavirus will end up being.
Feelings of fear, anxiety, sadness, and uncertainty are normal emotions during a difficult situation such as the world is currently experiencing. But being proactive about your mental health can help to keep your mind and body healthy. In the following information, we have detailed information on ways to protect yourself.
Gain More Memory and Brain Power by Flexing Your Mental Muscles
You know you can flex your muscles to make a difference in your body’s fitness, but did you know that you can exercise your mental muscles and gain a better memory and more brain power?
When you flex your mental muscles the brain creates neuro pathways to the brain. Some exercises and activities can effectively work the brain in five main cognitive area functions. If you can perform these exercises on a daily basis you can train your mind to become fit and active and your memory recall will increase.
5 Natural Ways To Calm Anxiety In 2021
5 Natural Ways To Calm Anxiety
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, over 18% of the American population struggles with some form of anxiety at any given time. Currently it's estimated that over 30% of Americans are suffering from or have experienced anxiety at some point during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Coping with anxiety can be complicated, especially since there’s no single treatment that works for everyone. So, let’s talk about 5 completely natural ways that you can calm your anxiety today.