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As we are in the stage where everyone is locked down in their own houses, Here the loneliness comes for a people who cannot stay locked for the week’s lockdown in their houses.


Loneliness defines the people’s mind that can be afraid of missing out on something in weakness, tiredness, procrastinate. So, It is true that loneliness harms your mental health.

loneliness is the feeling we get when our need for rewarding social contact and relationships is not met. But loneliness is not always the same as being alone. You may choose to be alone and live happily without much contact with other people, while others may find this a lonely experience.


Loneliness defines the people's mind that can be afraid of missing out on something in weakness, tiredness, procrastinate. So, It is true that loneliness harms your mental health

5 Effective Ways To Cope With Loneliness

If you are feeling lonely during this social distancing phase, you must try these effective ways to stay happy
With the pandemic sweeping through the country, people are homebound and are instructed to practice social distancing. But amongst all the issues people are facing this time, loneliness has become a growing concern. Staying away from family, friends, lovers or even from the outside world can make people suffer from loneliness and other mental illnesses. But life must go on, so keep the hopes high with few effective ways to stay happy and constructive. Here are five ways you can try to cope with loneliness while staying at home

Here are five effective ways to combat loneliness

1. Plan Your Day

Try to make your day feel as normal as possible by following a regular schedule. Start each day with a plan and then keep a track of doing everything. This can make your day productive and systematic. You’ll hardly get time to feel alone.

2. Stay Up-To-Date

A study in China in 2020 has found that people who keep themselves up-to-date on health information and other incidents of world and nation can function better psychologically. But remember that too much information could be bad for your mental health. Hence, find authentic and reliable sites, newspapers or TV channels to get your info.

3. Stay Active

This is one of the important ways to look after your mental health. Stay active as much as possible during your time alone, as your physical health is intertwined with your mental health. Try home exercises like yoga and low impact workouts. You could even go for a walk around your neighbourhood if it is safe to do so.

4. Stay Connected

Just because you should physically keep distance from people, it doesn’t mean you can’t find other ways to connect with your friends and family. Talking on the phone, video chatting, using social media or even sending letters are great ways of maintaining your social connections.

5. Be Productive

Express yourself by creating something new or innovative. Whether it is painting, writing or a home project you have a keen interest on. Taking time to channel your feelings into something creative can be a therapeutic experience.

happy with these ways to cope the feeling of loneliness.


Louise Hawkley, PhD, says we should think of loneliness not as a state but as a motivation to get social. Here’s how:

Get out and about. You don’t have to be best friends with someone to benefit from the interaction. Amity Brown, who is separated from her husband, takes walks around her neighbourhood, smiling at people she passes. “When I started getting to know the neighbourhood and the people around me, I felt like part of a community,” she says.

Be selective about making friends. Hawkley points out that if you’re desperate for Relationships, you may be willing to tolerate unacceptable treatment. Now that Brown is feeling more stable, she says, “I’m more careful when I choose my friends to make sure they’re low-drama.”

Stay positive. Lonely people tend to expect rejection, which makes it more likely to happen. Social cognitive therapy can help people reframe their thoughts about how others see them.

social distancing can improve our capacity to cope with stress. But right now we’re being asked to keep our distance from others to minimise the spread of the virus.


We know positive social support can improve our capacity to cope with stress. But right now we’re being asked to keep our distance from others to minimise the spread of the virus.

Many people are facing periods of enforced isolation if they are believed to have COVID-19 or have been in contact with someone who has.

Even those of us who appear to be healthy are being directed to practise social distancing, a range of strategies designed to slow the spread of disease and protect vulnerable groups from becoming infected.

Among other things, this means when we’re around others, we shouldn’t get too close and should avoid things like kissing and shaking hands.

This advice has seen the cancellation of large events of more than 500 people, while smaller groups and organisations have also moved to cancel events and regular activities. Many workplaces with the capacity to do so have asked their staff to work from home.


Loneliness is a temporary feeling which happens to every human being in their life. So, be conscious of what’s happening around your place and make the social distancing. Don’t feel lonely at all.

Wash your hands at regular intervals.

#stay home #stay safe

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