There are certain changes you can make to help yourself feel better in these tough times, such as creating self-care regimes and lowering your self-expectations.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has announced that 15 medical centres have been allocated for pregnant women across the seven emirates to avoid the risk of exposing them to COVID-19.
Children and adolescents are likely to experience depression and anxiety for longer periods of time after the current lockdown and social isolation ends.
This study highlights that those young people who have experienced depression and anxiety had overwhelmingly experienced poor sleep during their teens.
Instead of yelling at each other when angry, try and approach a situation with humour. Not only does it defuse a stressful situation, it also helps solve the problem more amicably.
There is a new wellness practice on the rise called ‘forest bathing,’ which is a practise of spending time in nature to help with mental health.
Do you realize that giving to others can recharge your batteries? Giving something of yourself, when you feel exhausted and uninspired, will plug you into good energy.
While social media platforms can have their benefits, using them too frequently can make you feel increasingly unhappy and isolated in the long run.
The study found that right nutrition improved working memory by 11 per cent (i.e., information processing and problem-solving), which predicts multitasking and is often impaired under stress.