Even the phrase “social isolation” itself sounds so scary. You have to stay away from other people even from your loved ones. The question is how to survive social isolation whether you are under house rest or quarantine from a worldwide pandemic – nowadays COVID-19. Social isolation is not going to easy particularly for the extroverts. Watch the video to get a solution.
Survive Social Isolation
Even when you’re completely normal, not having social interactions can harm both your physical and mental health. Investigations have shown solitude can lead to diabetes, autoimmune disorders (rheumatoid arthritis and lupus), and cardiovascular diseases. If you’re already prone to depression, anxiety, and loneliness, you’re hit even harder. And that’s when life is normal, not in the current coronavirus culture.
Well luckily, social isolation does not mean you cannot interact with people by any mean. You can still call, text or have a video chat with your friends. Since you are at your home, you have plenty of time to do some indoor exercises or take sessions of yoga and meditation. What else you can do? Watch the video.