Feeling hopeless, energy-less, visionless demotivated, tired, Sleep-deprived, or restless during this unexpected COVID-19 pandemic, you could be that 1 out of those three people undergoing the unseen Crisis Anxiety Disorder of their life. “Fear is a normal and adaptive response to a perceived threat,” says Carla Manly, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist in Santa Rosa, California, and author of “Joy from Fear.”
Research shows that there was a rapid increase in mental health illness during this COVID-19 crisis. WHO issued particular Guidelines for managing the mental health issues during this Outbreak? Fear of being unemployed, financial crisis, limited exposure to diversified people, following strict rules in routine life, and continuous fear of an imaginary contagious disease.