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10 Resources for Coping with Mental Health Challenges Amid Coronavirus

Updated: Nov 16, 2020

Managing your mental health is challenging, no matter what’s happening in the world. But with the global pandemic, many people are feeling even more anxious or depressed than usual. Fortunately, there are ways you can cope while following self-isolation protocols.

Here are ten resources to support your mental health work at home.

Adjust Your Lifestyle for Maximum Self-Care

Self-care might be the simplest way to ease anxiety and help you relax, both mentally and physically. Try at-home pampering for stress-relief and a bit of rejuvenation.

● Try meditation techniques to support better mental health.

● Pamper yourself with beauty products from JC Beauty to help you feel confident.

● Spend time enjoying your favourite hobbies for overall health benefits.

● Clear out the clutter and clean up your living space to eliminate bad vibes.

Switch Up Your Diet for Mental Health Perks

What you consume can have a significant impact on your mental state. While there are no magic solutions to depression and other mental health challenges, cleaning up your diet can help alleviate symptoms.

● Stop eating junk food to reduce your odds of experiencing psychological distress.

● Consume foods that are scientifically proven to reduce the risk of depression.

Keep hydrated to reduce your odds of depressive episodes.

Seek Quality Mental Health Care and Support

You may be unsure about counseling services right now, but it is possible to seek mental health care to help you through these tough times.

● Maintain a solid support network of friends and family by staying connected remotely.

● Look for a counselor that can offer telehealth support.

● Check out online mental health therapy to see if it suits your needs and diagnosis.

Adapting your lifestyle for self-care, adjusting your diet for better health, and finding the right support are excellent steps toward improved mental health. Granted, there’s no substitute for mental health medication or professional support if you need it. But these resources can help you navigate other challenges surrounding your diagnosis so you can breathe a little easier despite the pandemic.

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JC Beauty does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Any information published on this website or by this brand is not intended to be taken as professional advice, and you should not take any action before consulting with a professional. These are just tips we would like to share with our readers.

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