Preparing to return to the office after a long COVID-19 lockdown can be exciting. You are heading back to a familiar environment with people you know and new challenges to deal with. However, that does not mean that the switch from work from home to the office routine is going to be a smooth one.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in ways we did not think possible. The lockdown is now being eased and people are hoping to return to the lives they had a few months ago. No one knows what the future holds, but it is clear that the “new normal” will differ from the way
The COVID-19 pandemic affects people in 2 ways – the first is, of course, the fear of contracting the disease itself. The other even more widespread effect, is the fear of infection and the stress that the lockdown measures have placed on everyone. The stress is insidious and can affect the way people think, behave,
Stress, which includes tension and anxiety, is accepted as the price that we pay for our modern lifestyles. Many of us can deal with stress on our own. However, at times, a stressful situation may arise which burdens us beyond our ability to cope and when this happens, our ability to perform and to contribute
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a condition where patterns of unreasonable thoughts and fears develop that cause a person to be compelled to perform needless repetitive actions. The fear creates the obsession and the repeated actions are the compulsion as the patient is unable to control them. The obsession and compulsion together form OCD. An example