Look after connections
Indeed, even the most independent of us need a feeling of connection with others for our mind just like our physical health. A lot of working groups have made virtual forums where you could contribute or simply sit back and appreciate the chatter. Staff teams have launched online book clubs, virtual coffee groups, and collaborative spaces where you can work in the (virtual) nearness of others. We are in social isolation, yet we need not feel alone. Connect with the individuals who may be especially disconnected.
Keep your mind active:
Compose, read, play games, sudokus, jigsaws, do crossword puzzles, or drawing and painting. Discover something that works for you.
Book an appointment with a therapist as it is the best time to reach them. Try not to be hesitant to request help, feeling worried about COVID-19 is superbly typical, yet recall tips to keep your mental health fit.