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Pandemics can occur anytime every few decades making practical and emotional Pandemic Preparedness crucial. Stress, anxiety, grief, and worry are normal emotions to experience during and after a pandemic crisis. Everybody reacts differently, and with time, your emotions will alter.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been increasingly clear that many healthcare workers are under extreme pressure to handle the problem. Development of discomfort, despair, and protracted grief due to loneliness, loss of money, and the tragic death of family members, with the chance that reassuring routines will be severely limited.

Watch out for these typical symptoms of distress:

1. Appetite, energy, and activity level changes

2. Having trouble focusing and making judgements

3. The use of alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs has increased

4. Health Deterioration due to eating and sleeping issues or nightmares

5. Emotions such as worry, rage, grief, concern, numbness, or impatience

6. Physical symptoms include skin rashes, stomach aches, headaches, etc.

You are just a Phone Call away to get the Right Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Pandemic Preparedness: A New Chapter in Mental Health

One of the possible necessary responses listed in the World Health Organization’s pandemic risk management guidance is to “Address the psychological impacts of the pandemic, especially on the health workforce, and provide social and psychological support for health care workers, patients, and communities.”

However, aside from a brief mention of patients with pre-existing psychiatric conditions, there is hardly any mention of the effects on mental health in official UK documents like the London 2018 “Pandemic Influenza Framework” or the “Health and Social Care Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Response” from 2012. Therefore, in this place, you can take care of yourself in the following ways:

  1. Take Care of Yourself – by eating wholesome, well-balanced meals, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep. Avoid using drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
  2. Connect with Others – Tell a friend or member of your family about your worries and how you are feeling. This will help you create a solid support network.
  3. Take Breaks – Allocate some time to relax and remind yourself that powerful emotions will pass. Try engaging in things you typically find enjoyable.
  4. Stay Informed– Get news for updates only from the authorities. Remember that during a crisis, there can be rumours, especially on social media.
  5. Prevent Overexposure – Take breaks from reading, viewing, or listening to the news. Hearing about the issue and seeing the images repeatedly can be stressful.

Want to know how to combat Post Pandemic Stress Disorder? Click Here

Pandemic Preparedness

Can We Be Mentally Resilient in The Future?

In the long run, outreach and screening are frequently needed to find those who require professional mental health interventions but won’t otherwise receive care. However, the crisis we have faced since the first COVID-19 instances were discovered in 2020 demonstrates that we collectively possess the inner strength to be a mentally resilient civilization.

While attention to mental health has been growing for some time, the epidemic brought the similarities between physical and mental health into sharper focus. Although future health crises are unavoidable, we are confident that this shift towards better holistic health and a wellbeing model will prevent them. Indeed, addressing any upcoming healthcare issues—both physical and mental—is crucial for us as a society.

Recognize and accept your feelings. It will be easier for you to think clearly and respond to the immediate needs to protect yourself and your family if you take care of your emotional wellbeing during an emergency.

Take care of yourself if you’re in long-term recovery, and feel free to contact us in case of an emergency.

Give us a Phone Call or Contact Us to get the RIGHT Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Give us a Phone Call or Contact Us from getting the RIGHT Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Pandemics can occur anytime every few decades making practical and emotional Pandemic Preparedness crucial. Stress, anxiety, grief, and worry are normal emotions to experience during and after a pandemic crisis. Everybody reacts differently, and with time, your emotions will alter.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been increasingly clear that many healthcare workers are under extreme pressure to handle the problem. Development of discomfort, despair, and protracted grief due to loneliness, loss of money, and the tragic death of family members, with the chance that reassuring routines will be severely limited.

Watch out for these typical symptoms of distress:

1. Appetite, energy, and activity level changes

2. Having trouble focusing and making judgements

3. The use of alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs has increased

4. Health Deterioration due to eating and sleeping issues or nightmares

5. Emotions such as worry, rage, grief, concern, numbness, or impatience

6. Physical symptoms include skin rashes, stomach aches, headaches, etc.

You are just a Phone Call away to get the Right Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Pandemic Preparedness: A New Chapter in Mental Health

One of the possible necessary responses listed in the World Health Organization’s pandemic risk management guidance is to “Address the psychological impacts of the pandemic, especially on the health workforce, and provide social and psychological support for health care workers, patients, and communities.”

However, aside from a brief mention of patients with pre-existing psychiatric conditions, there is hardly any mention of the effects on mental health in official UK documents like the London 2018 “Pandemic Influenza Framework” or the “Health and Social Care Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Response” from 2012. Therefore, in this place, you can take care of yourself in the following ways:

  1. Take Care of Yourself – by eating wholesome, well-balanced meals, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep. Avoid using drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
  2. Connect with Others – Tell a friend or member of your family about your worries and how you are feeling. This will help you create a solid support network.
  3. Take Breaks – Allocate some time to relax and remind yourself that powerful emotions will pass. Try engaging in things you typically find enjoyable.
  4. Stay Informed– Get news for updates only from the authorities. Remember that during a crisis, there can be rumours, especially on social media.
  5. Prevent Overexposure – Take breaks from reading, viewing, or listening to the news. Hearing about the issue and seeing the images repeatedly can be stressful.

Want to know how to combat Post Pandemic Stress Disorder? Click Here

Pandemic Preparedness

Can We Be Mentally Resilient in The Future?

In the long run, outreach and screening are frequently needed to find those who require professional mental health interventions but won’t otherwise receive care. However, the crisis we have faced since the first COVID-19 instances were discovered in 2020 demonstrates that we collectively possess the inner strength to be a mentally resilient civilization.

While attention to mental health has been growing for some time, the epidemic brought the similarities between physical and mental health into sharper focus. Although future health crises are unavoidable, we are confident that this shift towards better holistic health and a wellbeing model will prevent them. Indeed, addressing any upcoming healthcare issues—both physical and mental—is crucial for us as a society.

Recognize and accept your feelings. It will be easier for you to think clearly and respond to the immediate needs to protect yourself and your family if you take care of your emotional wellbeing during an emergency.

Take care of yourself if you’re in long-term recovery, and feel free to contact us in case of an emergency.

Give us a Phone Call or Contact Us to get the RIGHT Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Give us a Phone Call or Contact Us from getting the RIGHT Help.

Prioritise your Mental Health.

Pandemics can occur anytime every few decades making practical and emotional Pandemic Preparedness crucial. Stress, anxiety, grief, and worry are normal emotions to experience during and after a pandemic crisis. Everybody reacts differently, and with time, your emotions will alter.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been increasingly clear that many healthcare wor