'Be present' - psychiatrist says mindfulness will help people cope with lockdown
83 days ago
He warns that people should not neglect their mental wellbeing by overwhelming themselves amid the Covid-19 pandemic
Dr Allers says the lockdown has left many people feeling frustrated, helpless, bored and confused.
His advice? Practicing mindfulness.
Whether it's savouring a homecooked meal or playing games with your kids, be in the present moment.
Live in the here and now.Dr Eugene Allers - Board Member of the South African Society of Psychiatrists
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