During the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be a lot of information about the virus and its effects on mental health.

That’s because coronavirus and the social, financial and psychological implications it carries can seriously impact one’s mental wellbeing.

Government legislation, mass media coverage, and the increasing global death toll will cause a lot of stress, especially for the older population, children, and people with a history of mental health problems.

It’s of the utmost importance that we try to remain as composed as we can during this time.

The fear and anxiety that is gripping the nation are as contagious, if not more so than the illness itself.

While we are in no way diminishing the severity of the physical and epidemiological worry surrounding coronavirus, it is crucial that everyone has access to mental health resources, and is clued up on how they can look after themselves and their own mental health.

People with pre-existing mental problems should continue to manage and track their mental health. Self-care is vital, and it’s also important to try and reduce the stress for ourselves and others around us.

1. How Your Mental Health Might be Affected
2. Things to Remember About COVID-19
3. Everyone Should Take Precautionary Measures
4. Plan for Staying at Home
5. Guidelines are Still Bound to Change
6. Anxiety Symptoms Mimicking Coronavirus
7. Support for People with OCD and Anxiety
8. Mental Health Support Resources
9. Taking Care of Your Mental Wellbeing
10. Coronavirus and Substance Abuse


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COVID-19: A Drug & Alcohol Rehab’s Guidance for Better Mental Health




Source: https://www.rehab4addiction.co.uk/coronavirus/mental-health-coronavirus