With the coronavirus continuing to spread, billions of people are left inside their homes to quarantine. COVID-19 is more than a threat to our physical well-being; it is impacting our mental health too. Many are unable to see friends and family and are struggling with being inside all day long.
Rates of depression and anxiety are on the rise during the coronavirus quarantine. According to the Washington Post, “Online therapy company Talkspace reported a 65 percent jump in clients since mid-February.” Fortunately, there are a variety of actions people can take to enhance their mental health during the coronavirus.