Portland, Oregon 2021-06-13 20:15:52 –
(((WHBF) – Returning to normal is what many have been waiting for months, but others are more hesitant. This is known as Cave Syndrome and refers to people who are not ready to return to public, as they normally did before a pandemic.
Doctors say this social anxiety can be dangerous in the long run.
“Social isolation and loneliness not only affect memory, but also increase the likelihood of a more comfortable diet, more alcohol consumption, and increased inflammation,” said Dr. Hamid Sagha of UnityPoint Clinic Mulberry – Internal Medicine. I am.
Dr. Steve Kopp, Executive Director of Genesis Psychology Associates, knows that if people are experiencing cave syndrome, it can be difficult, but facing your fears will strengthen you. It was.
The bottom line is that when you’re horribly exposing yourself, you want to feel in control when you’re doing it, “he said.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention caveat The emotional sacrifice of a pandemic’s long-term isolation can manifest itself in many symptoms, from nightmares to physical reactions such as headaches, stomach problems, and body aches.
The CDC recommends taking breaks, exercising, getting enough sleep, and eating a balanced diet from the news and social media.
More information can be found about getting help through Genesis here.
For more information on how to get help via UnityPoint here.
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