Usually, when we recognise that persons are having challenges, the first thing that we recommend is that they reach out and interact with people.
“There are multifaceted amounts of challenges that we are being faced, and all the goals and aspirations for the year must be put aside, with the focus being just to stay alive and well,” he said, sharing that there are steps that can be put in place to protect one’s mental health, with the most important being to maintain some level of organisation in one’s daily routines or activities.
Noting that some persons can’t tell “Wednesday form Sunday” anymore, Walcott warned that it is a dangerous state for persons to be in.
Walcott also advised that needs must be structured, whether going to the supermarket or doing any other chores, he said it should be planned in time frames, preferably in slots that would be least occupied.
So exercise is not just about your well-being, but it may actually be the difference between you being infected and a person that goes on a mortality statistic, which is going to increase,” Walcott opined.