The spread of the coronavirus in 2020 has changed the way people do several things. The way people communicate, work, and learn has been affected by the pandemic.
With everyone practicing social distancing, it is no surprise that online learning is taking a frontier this year. The idea is to ensure that education is uninterrupted–as much as possible–despite the pandemic. Hence, schools are continuing to teach by introducing online learning.
While there are several benefits of online learning, there are also some side effects. Isolation for lengthy periods during a pandemic could increase stress, promote fear and anxiety. It could also create strong and overwhelming emotions. All of these could cause several mental health illnesses.
So, although you might be learning online this period, you must take care of your mental health. This article covers several ways you can take care of your mental health while you study online.