While neither of these are a diagnosable disorder or officially catalogued, the symptoms are becoming more and more prevalent.
The most common signs of Covid Fatigue include: avoiding the news, hypoarousal – a decrease in your body’s normal response to stimuli, hyperarousal – an increase in your body’s response to stimuli, frequent mood swings, irritability when faced with an obstacle caused by COVID-19, and an inability to sleep due to overthinking. It is common to rotate through all these symptoms in a short period. It is also common to feel lonely but to paradoxically also want to be alone for much of the time. Managing Covid fatigue is very important.
Coronanxiety is the fear of the virus, distorted perspective and intolerance of uncertainty that can result in responses most commonly associated with Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Coronanxiety and managing Covid Fatigue
The most common signs and symptoms
Basic neuroscience: why so many of us are experiencing similar feelings, thoughts and behaviours
Practical ways of managing emotions
Learning to tune into the thoughts, feelings and behaviours
Six rapid emotion regulation techniques
Reducing rumination and over thinking
Addressing irrational and out of perspective thoughts, feelings and behaviours
Recognising when the thoughts and behaviours are normal, and when they might suggest a more serious issue
Auditing self-care and implementing good self-care principles
How to build better habits
What holds people back from making healthier lifestyle choices
Value of connecting with others
How to ensure good quality and sufficient sleep
Importance of building rest into a daily routine
Optimal nutrition and hydration
Exercise that protects our physical and mental health
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