Learn ways to relax at home during COVID-19 ‘Watch an informative video’

During this pandemic, it is important for you to take care of your entire body which includes your physical and mental health.

If you are having anxiety and stress during this crisis, learn ways to relax at home.

According to Danielle Lambert the Behavioral Health Manager at Englewood Health, “it is important to take breaks from the news and social media because that information all day long can be overwhelming for all of us.” Watch the entire Englewood Health video (below) Avoiding Anxiety During the COVID-19 Outbreak

If you had pre-existing mental health issues prior to this pandemic, continue with your treatment. Remember mental health professionals can help you during a crisis.

I am also encouraging you to Eat healthy, Exercise during this Coronavirus Pandemic and Manage Your Mental Health During COVID-19: Feeling sad, stressed, anxious, contact your doctor or a licensed mental health professional

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