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What has Lockdown taught me about mental health?
But what lockdown has taught me is that there’s an enormous amount of wisdom to this quote: It’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get up. Vince Lombardi. Under lockdown, plenty of things that would ordinarily have sent my mental health spiralling for multiple weeks only affected me for a day or two.
What are the highlights of Lockdown?
Lockdown has certainly had some low points and moments of despair. Particular “highlights” that spring to mind for us include: The week when reality kicked in in the business world. My wife and I had a run where every day brought fresh news of a client cutting budgets or pausing their work.
What are the effects of Lockdown on students?
In this backdrop one of the principal measures taken during lockdown has been closure of schools, educational institutes and activity areas. These inexorable circumstances which are beyond normal experience, lead to stress, anxiety and a feeling of helplessness in all.
How covid-19 pandemic and Lockdown affected children and adolescents’ mental health?
COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown has brought about a sense of fear and anxiety around the globe. This phenomenon has led to short term as well as long term psychosocial and mental health implications for children and adolescents.
What is it like to be in lockdown?
During lockdown I’ve experienced periods of huge motivation, and periods of depressingly prolonged brain fog, indecision and procrastination. It all ebbs and flows very unpredictably. And that brings me to my next point:
Is anxiety about life after Lockdown a new normal?
As some countries ease coronavirus restrictions, mental health experts are noticing an emerging phenomenon; anxiety about life after lockdown. Meanwhile people who remain living under the most stringent measures are fearful about what will happen when these rules are lifted.
Why do we feel so tired in lockdown?
One of the key reasons why being under lockdown during a health pandemic is draining is because we’re experiencing a lot of mental strain, says Dr Sarita Robinson, principal lecturer in psychology at the University of Central Lancashire. “We expect to feel tired when we have been on a run or have completed an exercise class.