During the coronavirus pandemic, many people are feeling anxiety due to social isolation and economic concerns. Expert Margie Warrell suggests micro-practices that can be used to harness stress. She advises not to put our focus on the negative. Instead, be intentional about your daily behaviors such as exercise and healthy eating, and focus on that which you rarely have time to do. Margie also points to gender differences. Women need to reframe their power, while men should embrace their vulnerability.
- Right now, people are feeling anxious about both social distancing and the state of the economy.
- Here are some tips on how to get into a better mental state from Margie Warrell.
- Tips include changing your focus to things that you can do right now, eating well, and more.
“There is a growing need to counter these feelings that uncertainty triggers the longer the current “shelter in place” lasts.”