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Don't discuss Covid, avoid emotional distancing: Neerja Birla says a structured life will improve mental health

Don't discuss Covid, avoid emotional distancing: Neerja Birla says a structured life will improve mental health
Don't discuss Covid, avoid emotional distancing: Neerja Birla says a structured life will improve mental health
Neerja Birla shares thoughts on how to cope with mental health during the pandemic.

Synopsis

There has been an alarming 20% rise in mental health concerns since the outbreak.

We’re still getting used to the new normal. While many of us have adapted to new ways of working, communicating and socialising, the mental health issues that these times bring needs to be in the spotlight. The influx of negative news, balancing work-from-home with domestic needs, financial worries and job security have all had a deeply negative impact on the mental health of people, causing stress, panic and anxiety. A survey by the Indian
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