Pandemic’s Mental Health Toll: COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety by the numbers
Pandemic’s Mental Health Toll
COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety by the numbers
By James “Jed” Foster, Jr., MA-LMFT
The American Psychological Association shared this recent article from Forbes to show the psychological impact that the coronavirus outbreak is having on the US populace…and some of those numbers are astounding.
Check out the article here: 10 Eye-Opening Statistics On The Mental Health Impact Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
As the behavioral specialist at Comprehensive Gastrointestinal Health, stress management and the treatment of anxiety is right in my wheelhouse. Due to the inextricable link between the mind and gut, the body’s stress response, and its effect on GI function, these concerning increases in the number of people reporting anxiety and severe stress must mean that many with IBS and IBD are literally feeling it. If this is you, then give us a call to set up a telehealth appointment. I’ve got several scientifically backed methods for helping you control your anxiety and effectively change your body’s relationship with stress. These include: gut-directed hypnotherapy, mindfulness training, positive psychology interventions, and cognitive behavioral therapy. If you’re feeling it, let’s talk about it.
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