Under the most favorable circumstances, avoiding friends and family, companions and partners would be a test, but adding the specter of a life-threatening infection to the mix elevates this to a high-stress experience.
Thankfully, psychological research during other disaster situations such as SARS, Zika virus, Ebola has delivered some informational bits of knowledge on how we react to these situations and how best to manage them.
Sadly, Those who have experienced quarantine or Isolation speak of a series of burdens that take their toll on the feeling of well-being.
The restriction of vital social contact, the cessation of a natural daily routine and the experience of a lack of control over one’s life can be crippling and depleting.
The consequences experienced include the following.
Fear and anxiety: Being in quarantine or Isolation implies lost command over the typical life schedule.
Take yourself to isolation. You can never stop the sunset. But you can stop the coronavirus.
At the point when we feel things are outside our ability to control our levels of fear increases because of the risk we perceive.
Our uneasiness is exacerbated by the stress, not just about one’s own wellbeing and prosperity, but also that of family, particularly if you are a chief carer or breadwinner.
Would I be able to give common support and care for my friends, how I would guarantee my loved ones will have the everyday essentials?
What will the future for me, my loved ones, for my community?
To erase that thoughts from your mind, we have some positive motivational quotes to fight COVID-19.
Make a plan. Or consider engaging in something new. COVID-19 Quotes.
Here are some motivational quotes related to Coronavirus.
We can deal with our minds and feelings, so try to be aware of what you are feeling, and understanding why you are experiencing these feelings is the first step to back in control.
Beer, book and the window. Welcome the introverted side of me.
Make sure that you have a wide variety of activities while staying at home:
Work, leisure, exercise, learning, educating, consulting, helping, dreaming, etc.
Think about participating in something new — venture, that sparks your motivation and curiosity.
Whether one is an outgoing person or contemplative person, we are a social species and connecting with loved ones has positive effects on our well-being.
Loneliness adds beauty to life. It puts a special burn on your imagination.
Whether it’s text, video chat, social media or phone, just staying connected keeps us busy and centered.
In particular, it is good to share what you feel.
Try Focus on your habits and health.
While self-evident, we once in a while neglect to control what we can regarding our health.
Quarantine and segregation might be stressful and upsetting.
It weakens our immune system, so being proactive about remaining in shape becomes even more important.
You need to relax!
Relax. It’s just the darkness. Just before the sunrise.
Stick to ordinary food with the right dietary assortment and avoid snacking.
Uneasiness can sometimes prompt us to comfort eat, so we need to deal with these desires.
Day by day exercise will help regularise sleep patterns all of which support mental health.
Obviously, the misuse of alcohol and drugs will not help longer-term adjustment despite how the relaxing effect of alcohol may be appealing in a time of stress.
Deal with your media addiction
We had a valuable lesson from the Zika virus crisis that those who relied on social media sources such as Instagram or Facebook recorded higher levels of stress and anxiety than those who depended on traditional media sources.
Consuming too much media in a crisis is associated with increased levels of stress.
Just look around, so many tiny but good things happening in front of you!
The right man is the one who embraces the moment.
Try to restrict your consumption of news and avoid social media and depend on traditional national media with direct lines to the trustworthy medical decision-makers when accessing news.
If you are subject to quarantine or isolation, remember you are doing so not just for your own safety, but also for your neighborhood.
It is not just an ultimate act of selflessness but also You might be among the nation’s super heroes!
World owe you and thank you! After all: