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COVID-19 Resources - Cabin Fever

Break FREE from Cabin FeverPECC-IGA-ED-2020-803-v1Contents by Center for Geriatric Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospitalhttp://bit.ly/TTSHHealth-LibraryCOVID-19 Health TipsWhat is Cabin FeverSymptoms of Cabin FeverTips to Prevent Cabin FeverCabin fever refers to the negative emotions one experiences when cooped up at home.
  • Poor Sleep
  • Impatience
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Excessive tiredness
  • Persistent sadness
  • Focus on the positives. Remind yourself that this is difficult period will not last forever!
  • Find one thing to be thankful for daily!
  • Stick to a routine. Change out of your pyjamas and avoid long afternoon naps.
  • Designate areas around the house for various tasks. Avoid doing work int he bedroom.
  • Take part in online exercise classes, take a walk or jog in your immediate neighbourhood.
  • Stay active! Avoid sitting down for more than an hour.
  • Exercise your mind e.g. learn a new skill or do crossword puzzles.
  • Keep in touch with extended family and friends using video and phone calls.
  • Spend quality time with family members.
Cultivate good habits during this period of physical distancing to prevent cabin fever!FREEOCUSOUTINEXERCISENGAGE

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2021/04/14
2021/05/07
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