How to manage stress during this period of confinement?

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The period of confinement is experienced as an unpleasant experience and can cause enormous stress. Indeed, not being able to go out is for many a real ordeal, so much so that nervousness appears in addition to a certain form of panic. In order to fully respect the measures taken to stem the spread of the Coronavirus, here are five tips for managing stress during confinement.

Find new activities

To cut yourself off from the world, even for a brief moment, it is advisable to immerse yourself in new hobbies and hobbies. Although you have to stay at home, there are many activities that you can be interested in. Getting back to reading is a good way to pass the time and get away for a few hours. Novels, thrillers, stories or others have the power to immerse the reader in another universe. Cooking is also a hobby that is both useful and fun. Searching for new recipes and feasting on your family is simply satisfying. You can also take advantage of the time you have to devote yourself to DIY work. Making a photo album and knitting are great ways to keep busy and relax. For those who feel like an artist, drawing is also an excellent method for de-stressing. 

Stay connected with loved ones thanks to the internet

The watchword of the past few weeks is: "Stay at home". An important instruction that we must respect to end the pandemic that is raging. However, not being able to go out with friends or family for fun is one of the least bearable constraints of confinement. Fortunately, thanks to new communication tools, keeping in touch with loved ones has never been easier. One of the latest trends at the moment is the “Skype-aperitif”. This temporary solution allows you to continue spending a convivial moment with your friends, although everyone stays at home. You can also join online discussion groups on any subject you would like to discuss. 

Do a great cleaning

This period of confinement is an opportunity to make up for all the tasks that one could not undertake while working. Wondering how to spend your days at home? It's time to do a big spring cleaning and give your interior a facelift. It is an activity that will make you forget for a little while the concerns related to confinement. As a bonus, you will end up with a cleaner and tidier house. Living in a clean and calming environment is a good way to avoid peaks of stress.

Doing meditation

Meditation has been recognized for centuries for its anti-stress virtues. It helps overcome anxiety, limit symptoms related to depression and boost concentration and memory. A good meditation session is also effective in reducing blood pressure and relieving chronic pain. Mastering meditation is a good way to calm down and refocus. This method is particularly recommended in this period when bad news is saturating information. By getting rid of bad vibes, meditation allows you to better accept the present moment and the reality of the moment. After a few sessions, it will be easier to manage negative thoughts and put things into perspective.

Don't forget to laugh

Although this period is quite somber, it has already been proven time and again that laughter is the best medicine. Laughter is the best solution against stress and allows you to relax instantly. Why not do like these people on social networks who share the most funny situations they have faced in recent weeks? This is a great way to dramatize even just the situation we find ourselves in. 

These few methods will help you manage stress and boredom during this period of confinement. In addition, it is important to keep in mind that staying at home is a protective measure. It is essential to comply with the instructions and to limit travel to what is strictly necessary in order to limit the spread of the virus. By putting each of his own, the end of confinement will be faster.