As a community-focused organisation, Insurx knows firsthand the heavy strain that the last two years have placed on the shoulders of our customers, clients, and supplier network. We also understand the long tail of recovery due to the pandemic.

In this Covid landscape, recovery from major disruptions to schooling, work, life and finances is ripe for developing emotional and social issues.

These tips can help you manage your mental health and start rebuilding yourself.

Go at your own pace

It might be tempting to make many plans and say yes to everything, but there is no need to rush. Instead, take it step by step and only do what feels right to you, without the pressure of getting back to social life immediately.

Focus on inner peace

Finding yourself a safe, quiet moment in the present can have a powerful impact on reducing stress levels in the body. Slowing down, resting, taking time out, meditation or breathwork are all helpful and unbelievably simple tools for taking yourself into a relaxed state.

Gently rebuild mind skills

It is normal to feel worried and anxious, however, our thoughts can sometimes be unhelpful. Therefore, it is important to learn how to find a different way to look at a situation and find opportunities to change our thinking.

Rebuild your network

When the time is right, slowly reintroduce socialising activities and surround yourself with friends and loved ones. Research shows that social isolation can change your brain over time, resulting in a decline in cognitive function.

This time is also an opportunity to reconsider your social circle. If you realised during the pandemic that certain people were more present and supportive than others, it is ok to focus on those relationships that feel more fruitful.

These small steps can help you establish some normality back into your routine.

 

Insurx Pty Ltd is regulated in Australia by ASIC (AFS Licence number 528534) | ABN 85 628 930 334 | Member of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA). This article does not provide medical advice. No material in this article is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always consult a trained healthcare provider practicing in the medical area for specific advice on your healthcare problems. Insurx Pty Ltd and its related bodies corporate make no recommendations as to the merits of any financial product or financial services referred to in this document, its website, emails or its related websites. Before acting on any information in this article, you should consider the appropriateness of it, having regard to your specific financial circumstances and requirements.
 
 

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