5 simple tips and guidelines to follow that can help filter out stress.
During the COVID pandemic, there has been an increase in psychological stress with results showing that 1 in 4 people qualify for having a mental disorder requiring some kind of treatment.
A lot of us are working from home during the COVID pandemic, which means there is more time and opportunity for us to tune into news and social media.
These can be large triggers which escalate our fears, anxiety, depression and stress at an alarming rate. Dr. Edward Fruitman M.D., offers 5 simple tips and guidelines to follow that can help filter out all the unnecessary contributions to our stress.