Mental Health in the Midst of Quarantine

Mental Health in the Midst of Quarantine

COVID-19 has affected the way we interact and how we deal with global conflict. It has provided insight on how technology can affect the way we socialize, communicate with health care providers, and engage in community events. Not only is COVID-19 adversely affecting our physical health, but it has also taken a detrimental toll on mental health as well.

If you’ve noticed changes in mood that are very different from before, this could be an early indicator that something isn’t right. If your peers and family are noticing that you are becoming more and more irritated over the smallest things, this could be a sign of something more. However, being irritable can be normal – sometimes when there is a lot of stress in our lives, we tend to take it out on others. However, it’s up to you and a mental health professional to determine the origin of your mood changes.

Here are some signs that quarantine may be affecting your mental health:

Studies on the impact of COVID-19 have identified the unpredictability, misinformation, social isolation, and uncertainty as the leading causes of stress and poor mental health.1 But what can you do?

As always, Progressive Medical Center is here to help in your physical medical needs. We can help with immune boosting, chronic conditions, and offer treatments that help you keep healthy. We are available online for telemedicine appointments, contact us today.

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