Have you started procrastinating more during this pandemic?

  • Mind
  • Tuesday, 15 Jun 2021

One manifestation of the mental strain we are all under during this pandemic is the tendency to procrastinate more than usual. — TNS

When Covid-19 emerged, people were abruptly thrust into a new lifestyle without enough time to properly adjust to it.

As a result of these sudden changes, the pandemic paved the way for the current mental health crisis – increased stress, anxiety and depressed mood – which, over time, may increase the risk of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity.

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