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Anxiety With Coronavirus

NORWALK, CT - MARCH 25: Undocumented immigrant Juana, 24, from El Salvador and her husband Saul, 23, from Honduras watch local news in their one-room apartment on March 25, 2020 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Juana lost her job as a house cleaner and Saul as a painter due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Undocumented immigrants cannot collect unemployment. Nor will they benefit from federal government bailout legislation. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

You’re not the only one if you have been a little anxious during this pandemic. Experts are encouraging you to enjoy natural light as it helps our bodies stick to a consistent sleep schedule. Hot showers or bathing before bed also helps calm our bodies down and raise a natural melatonin level. FaceTime! Skype, or Zoom with friends or relatives, keeping consistent communication throughout the day will help avoid risk of loneliness. Finally, experts strongly encourage to write down your worries in a journal. This allows your brain to stop pondering about problems before going to bed, also limit your screen time and keep an eye on your alcohol intake.

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