Managing Stress During COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
From the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health:
The spread of a new virus like COVID-19 can be stressful. It is normal to feel fear and anxiety about COVID-19 as positive cases appear in local communities, and as routines are disrupted by social distancing and home isolation.
Stress during this time can have a big impact on home lives. It is normal to feel like things are out of control, but there are ways to bring down stress levels. To reduce stress, it is important to learn how to recognize the signs of stress and to learn strategies for managing stress. For some people – like those who experience violence at home – more help may be needed to support a safe home environment.
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