Tips on How to Manage Stress During the Coronavirus Crisis

From taking over all your work online to trying to work the way your children are at home, in addition to the social struggles of social alienation and quarantine, there are many changes and many unknowns where it isn’t easy to find peace and balance.  To know more tips on how to deal stress during coronavirus, visit the NNZ-Online.de website.

Take a Break

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So many things are happening so fast that it’s not hard to feel powerless. So if possible, you should take a break every hour for 1-5 minutes to sit quietly. If you participate in remote video conferencing sessions every day, ask the people you interview to take a break of half an hour.

Go Outside

You are supposed to protect yourself inside, but you can still get fresh air and sunlight. Sit on the deck or porch, an exercise in the garden, participate in your long-distance meeting in your new environment, or go for a walk or bike outside.

Connect With Loved Ones

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When you are at home with your loved ones, appreciate this opportunity to make up for lost time; to have deep discussions that you do not always have the chance to do. If you are not in the same place, take your phone or laptop or tablet PC and video chat. Watch a party where you see the same screen wherever you are. Get in touch with friends you haven’t seen or spoken to in a long time and reconnect. Make appointments to get in touch with sisters, children, and parents often.

Be Grateful

Gratitude keeps us favorable. Every morning and every day, you could look in the mirror and say three things you are thankful for. Or, if you want to keep a diary – it’s a good way to record your gratitude – write it down. In case you need to remember all the things you are grateful for, you can tape it up and stick it on the bathroom mirror.

In this way, you can build an emotional strength that can serve you for the rest of your life, while at the same time, you can stay emotionally well in the present.