The Coronavirus hasn’t reached its peak yet. Meaning that since doctors and scientists haven’t yet created a vaccine, more and more people will be infected so staying indoors is more imperative now than ever since it prevents the virus from spreading. While the sentiment of staying inside has been enthusiastically supported, for some of us (extroverted social butterflies) staying indoors for long periods of time can be tough.
Aside from cabin fever and anxiety, the lack of socialization and change of routine can affect our mental state. Here are five things you can do to help you stay centered during this chaotic time.