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WORKING FROM HOME AND MENTAL HEALTH

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WORK FROM HOME AND MENTAL HEALTH

WORKING FROM HOME AND MENTAL HEALTH

Due to the Unfortunate Covid19 outbreak, we are now compelled to restrict ourselves to our residence. We are as an IT Service provider company we are providing our services as possible from home. Let’s discuss some mental changes you may notice while you are working from home.

 

Have you noticed a change in your mental health now that you work from home?

Do you feel anxious in spite of not having a commute? Are you fighting feelings of isolation?

Working from home can challenge your psychological health. It can turn normally positive, productive bees into tired, unenthusiastic, ill-tempered toads.

 

So before you hit rock bottom, let’s learn how to spot the signs of declining mental health so you can address your next steps.

 

Individual Carelessness

Deteriorating mental health is often escorted by general neglect for the self. Cautioning signs to include an over-all lessening in self-care, which can mean contribution in unusually risky actions, including drug or alcohol abuse. It can also refer to self-neglect, as with poor hygiene or a lack of concern about physical appearance. 

 

Changing Physical Needs

Further types of developmental change to look out for include sleep and appetite changes – even ones that may appear healthy at first. Any major change in sleep or hungriness, whether it is an increase or a decrease, can be indicative of a mental health issue.

 

Greater Sensitivity

Firm physical changes can also be signs of deteriorating mental health. These can comprise minor physical conditions like headaches, troubled stomach, or ongoing general pain without any obvious cause. People suffering from mental health disorders may also experience amplified sensitivity to vision, hearing, smell, or even touch.

 

Few Methods which help reducing mental stress during Woking from home period

  • Workout Regularly
  • Practice Mindfulness
  • Eat a Healthy Diet
  • Try to limit caffeine, Alcohol, Sugar
  • Keep In Touch With Your Loved Ones via Digital Mediums
  • Do Something You Love

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