You might feel an uptick in anxiety each time you see a coronavirus headline. You might have stopped watching the news because it’s too much to handle. Or you may feel frustration and anger whenever you go outside and notice people being terrible at practicing social distancing. We’re all experiencing some level of trauma related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There’s a lot of different types of trauma that can happen as a result of this. The first group of people that comes to mind are the people at the front lines of fighting the coronavirus. These are the health care workers who continue to show up and work long hours day after day.
For the rest of us, we may be experiencing lower levels of trauma related to having the disease, fearing getting infected, dealing with job or financial loss, learning how to homeschool children, uncertainty about the future and a whole host of additional worries.
How to deal with the reality that this is long term and uncertainty about everything that make us traumatic?
Last sharing, we knew about “Psychosomatic Disorder”. Here, we’re better to know about another mental health term called “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder” (PTSD).
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