Managing the stress of the new normal and Covid-19


By AGENCY

Stress can create changes in the brain that inhibits our judgement, empathy, reasoning and self-control. — TNS

For months, the nation has been assaulted by an invisible enemy that has the upper hand.

The stress of the Covid-19 pandemic has many wondering, how is this affecting the mental health of the populace?

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