Masterlist: All the Mental Health Resources You Might Need During COVID-19
Loneliness
Stress and anxiety
Panic
Depression
Trouble sleeping
Health conditions
Exercise
Working from home
Restlessness
Kids and parents
Pick-me-up
Support
Takeaway
How are you holding up during the COVID-19 outbreak?

Common answers these days include:

I’m freaking out.
I’m barely keeping it together.
I’m losing it.
So if you can relate to the stress, fear, and anxiety about the new coronavirus and the changes it’s made in our lives, you’re not the only one.

On a global scale, this pandemic is affecting our social lives, our mental health, our sleep patterns, and more. You may be feeling afraid for yourself, your loved ones, your job, or your housing.

That’s a lot to carry.

And on top of it all, as you follow the CDC’s recommended guidelines for physical or social distancing, you might also lose some of your community ties and social support that could otherwise help you through a time as stressful as this.

Here’s some help.

Not every one of the following strategies will work for every person, but if you keep these resources in your toolbox, there’s a good chance that you’ll develop a solid plan to support yourself moving forward.

 

Read the full article with a list of resources here.