Since being diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) nearly four years ago, Charlene Marshall’s anxiety has worsened. She feels it especially prevalent right now as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is rapidly making its way around the globe, and health projections say many people will be infected. Zooming in on our mental health and taking the steps to ensure we’re caring for our minds as much as our bodies, is really important during this difficult time.
Charlene has been focused on compiling a list of things she can do to help ease her anxiety amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
When you’re feeling anxious, what activities/things help you feel a little better during tough times? Share your experience with us.
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