During the recent pandemic of COVID-19, we have experienced distancing and isolation to try and keep contagion to a minimum. The pandemic has not only affected our work, school, and overall day-to-day life, but it has also has taken a toll on our health.
Feelings like anxiety, stress, frustration, and sometimes even fear has increased among many of us. All these emotional factors affect not only our mental, but physical health as well; resulting in sleeping disorders, mood swings, lack of interest, fatigue, loss or increase of appetite, and many other mental and behavioral . . .