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Coronavirus: Reasons behind feeling tired in lockdown

01 May 2020

Coronavirus: Reasons behind feeling tired in lockdown

While staying inside the home during the lockdown, you might be getting the feeling of discomfort. That discomfort is grief.

 

You must have been noticed on social media that people are feeling tired earlier than usual while on lockdown.

 

These people used to stay up into the small hours, are now hitting the pillow at 10 o'clock. It is strange how this could happen when we are all doing less than normal days.

 

Well, this feeling of discomfort that you are experiencing is more likely to be related to the mental load that is associated with COVID-19 rather than the physical burden.

Therefore, the feeling of tiredness can have both physical and non-physical causes. 

 

The Researches on Tiredness

 

The research has shown that tiredness can be caused by psychological states. It can be stress and anxiety. In the current pandemic situation, it could be the panic of the situation that causes us to feel fatigued. So now, it is important to get our energy back, as we need it so badly during this complicated period. 

But how we can deal with the psychological strain associated with coronavirus?

 

The stage of adjustment

 

The COVID-19 and things associated with it, has changed so many things. We are locked inside our homes. This current time requires adaptation and transition are needed. However, this can't be done instantly but it is possible gradually.

 

During the first week of adapting you will have to disengage from former ways of living and working to establishing new interactions. Probably, these can be achieved by the fourth or fifth day. After that, life begins to become more settled and predictable.

 

Predictably, the first week of lockdown could be tearful and low. But don't worry, you can normally adapt to new things after some time.

 

You can use a journal to write your reflections, as it might be useful to go through the transition. You can write down your thoughts and feelings about the current situation and can easily notice the progress you are making and also you can change some things to work more effectively.

 

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After about two months, you will notice the full functional adaptation to the new ways of living your life. So it's up to you how you will decide your transition should be. 

Always remember that the lockdown situation is not permanent and your life will get back to normal.

 

The next lesson

Your next lesson is going to observe energy from the other strong people in survival situations. Organize and schedule your day according to your inner instincts that will eventually make you feel happy.

 

Another non-physical cause of fatigue is anxiety

 

The current pandemic has confused people and made them uncertain about upcoming situations. These feelings could probably turn into the sleepless night or poor sleep quality. Therefore, you will feel tired and anxious.

 

Above all, you can break this chain by exercising daily. Go for a walk or do an online exercise class that might make you feel physically tired but in the longer-term, it will reduce feelings of fatigue and boost your immunity.

 

So friends, plan strategically, set goals, and use your lockdown time with productivity. 

Be optimistic about the future, the things will probably get better after some time.

 

How will innovation change after the COVID-19 epidemic?

The current lockdown that has been done due to the coronavirus outbreak has changed lives and stopped the world from going normal. We guess, after the COVID-19 epidemic, the innovation responses would be more inspiring. However, following proper ways will ensure the innovations continuity even after the world will get back to normal.

 

During this outbreak, Canwinn Foundation is providing medicines with a 15% discount at your doorstep in Gurugram, Haryana.

Use this service during the pandemic and don't go outside your home. Follow Lockdown 2.0 with honesty.

 

You can now get the free Ambulance Services from Canwinn Foundation. Our services are limited to Gurugram only. Contact us for more details.

 

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Important Contact details:

Now you can Whats App on MYGOV CORONA HELPDESK +91-9013151515 for any queries related to Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19. Your queries will be resolved in real-time with automated responses.

 

Helpline Number Toll-free: 1075

+91-11-23978046

 

Helpline Email ID: ncov2019[at]gov[dot]in OR

ncov2019[at]Gmail[dot]com

 

Website:

https://www.mohfw.gov[dot]in/

 

Check when you should get tested �

https://www.mohfw.gov.in/FINAL_14_03_2020_ENg.pdf

 

Quarantine if advised

https://www.mohfw.gov.in/Guidelinesforhomequarantine.pdf

 

Please maintain social distance to help yourself and your family stay safe.

 

Find below the List of districts reporting COVID-19 cases �

https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/DistrictWiseList324.pdf

 

Isolation of persons traveling from affected countries or places for at least 14 days

https://www.mohfw.gov.in/AdditionalTravelAdvisory1homeisolation.pdf

 

Please watch the videos by Director, AIIMS - Delhi to learn and clear your doubts on Coronavirus �

 

https://youtu.be/JXobDg2Fpn4

https://youtu.be/E8-UoeWewFI

https://youtu.be/5wCZdcAsvE8

https://youtu.be/mYyNQZ6IdRk

https://youtu.be/08ryxbcT3-o

 

Coronavirus infection can be prevented through the following means �

 

✔ Clean hand with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub 

https://youtu.be/EJbjyo2xa2o

 

✔ Cover nose and mouth when coughing & sneezing with a tissue or flexed elbow

https://youtu.be/f2b_hgncFi4

 

✔ Avoid close contact & maintain 1-meter distance with anyone who is coughing or sneezing

https://youtu.be/mYyNQZ6IdRk

 

For further details, contact Canwinn Foundation!

 

Call: +919654000098

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Email: canwinn07@gmail.com

Join@canwinn.org

 

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