5 Benefits of Walking that can help you deal with stress

The outbreak of Covid-19 has brought huge distress and uncertainty to our lives. According to WHO, more than 264 million people of different ages are suffering from depression. This rate has increased majorly due to this unexpected interruption of our regular life by the coronavirus. It has harmed us both physically and mentally. There is …

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COVID-19 and its Psychological Impact in India: Paving the way for effective policies 

The outbreak of COVID -19 has made the general public’s mental health a primary concern to be addressed (Arevian, et al., 2020). Jeopardized mental health and increasing psychological distress are considered the parallel epidemic brewing alongside the COVID -19 (Vigo, et al., 2020). Social distancing and isolation have led to various problems such as anxiety, …

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Psychological Virtues linked with COVID-19 Adversity

One of the modern schools of Psychology the humanistic perspective emphasizes happiness, wellbeing, and positivity. The world at present is hurt and experiencing global grief, due to loss of lives, loss of a job, and economic crisis, all because of COVID 19. People have become anxious, fearful, and stressed, but we need to flourish during …

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Family Life during Covid-19 Lockdown: Challenges & Intervention

“Busy with cooking & house hold stuff…..feeling exhausted with work meetings & all.” “So difficult to keep children entertained during these times…waiting for normalcy to return.” Read dozens of WhatsApp messages as families struggle with the ‘new normal’ during Covid -19 lockdown. The current situation has thrown novel challenges at families worldwide and within India …

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Mental Health during COVID-19

Currently, the world is battling the crisis of COVID-19 mainly in terms of physical losses of life and financial crisis. The health care system is burdened heavily because of lack of resources both with regard to manpower and, infrastructure and equipment. However, we need to visualize and take proactive steps to prevent the fallout of …

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Coronavirus and social isolation

In the countries ravaged by the virus, life has completely changed in a matter of days. Non-essential businesses have shut-down operations. Elderly residents of nursing homes are missing family visits. Children cannot play and learn alongside their classmates and friends. Many school and college students have switched to online learning. Couples are scrapping long-planned weddings. …

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7 Ways to Manage Caregiver Stress

Caring for a family member with dementia (or any other debilitating condition) may involve a lot of “juggling” to manage the demands of caregiving as well as your personal responsibilities. Feeling stress is natural, but if left unchecked, continuous stress can negatively impact your physical and mental health and hinder your ability to provide proper …

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