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  1. 1. How to be effective in Covid-19 AMINA SHAH
  2. 2. COVID-19: Common Reactions
  3. 3.  Feeling stressed or overwhelmed  Anxiety, worry, or fear  Racing thoughts  Sadness, tearfulness, loss of interest in usual enjoyable activities  Physical symptoms, such as increased heart rate, stomach upset, fatigue, or other uncomfortable sensations  Frustration, irritability, or anger  Restlessness or agitation  Feeling helpless  Difficulty concentrating or sleeping  Feeling disconnected from others  Apprehension about going to public spaces  Trouble relaxing
  4. 4. Strategies to cope with this challenge, stress, anxiety or distress or OPPUTUNITY
  5. 5. Take care of yourself. As a first step, don’t neglect your physical and mental health. Meditate. Do jumping jacks your living room. Practice yoga. Whatever it is that works for you, do what it takes to care for your body and mind. For example: ? Learn a new skill. Let’s face it. If you’re stuck at home, you’re probably not going to become an expert on to run a mass spectrometer. But you could beef up your computer programming skills For example: ?
  6. 6. Revisit that long forgotten project. Somewhere in the deep, dark depths of your computer’s file system, do you have an unfinished manuscript or unpublished data? For example: ? Promote your work online. Consider devoting time to a bit of marketing. Does your personal website need updating? Have you been meaning to set up a Twitter profile and learn what hashtags are? Would like to write a popular science article? Or create a YouTube video about your research? For Example: ?
  7. 7. Apply for funding. Those who have extra can donate to those who are in need. For Example: ? Think about your career plans. When you’re in the lab, it’s easy to focus on your next experiment and neglect long-term career planning. So, consider using some of your homebound time to learn more about yourself and your career options.
  8. 8. Be nice to your fellow humans. If you live with others, being cooped up with them fulltime might be less fun than you imagined it to be. Channel your frustrations into something harmless For Example: ? Do fun stuff. Close your eyes and think back to the time before you went to grad school. What was giving you joy? Is there an old hobby you can pick up again?  It’s an incredibly turbulent time for most of us. Take care of yourself and others, and remember to wash your hands!
  9. 9. Acknowledge your feelings. Whatever you are feeling right now, know that it’s okay to feel that way. Allow yourself to notice and express what you’re feeling. Maintain your day-to-day activities and a routine as much as possible. Having a healthy routine can have a positive impact on your thoughts and feelings. Go back to basics: eating healthy meals, physical exercise (e.g., walking, stretching, running, cycling), getting enough sleep, and doing things you enjoy. Even if you're in self- or working from home, there are many ways to develop new routines and stay healthy.
  10. 10.  Stay connected. Receiving support and care from others has a powerful effect on helping us cope with challenges. Spending time with supportive family and friends can bring a sense of comfort and stability. Talking through our concerns, thoughts, and feelings with others can also help us find helpful ways of thinking about or dealing with stressful situation.
  11. 11. Remember that physical distancing does not need to mean social disconnection. There are many ways we can use technology to stay connected, and both give and support (remotely). You could:  Call, text, or video-chat with friends and family  Share quick and easy recipes  Start a virtual book or movie club  Schedule a workout together over video chat  Join an online group or peer forum.
  12. 12. Let’s do yoga and detox Exercising improves strength, flexibility, agility, and mobility and most importantly it can help build your immunity during this Coronavirus pandemic.  Practice meditation and pranayama to destress your life and relax your soul. This will also inculcate a lot of energy and boost your stamina.  It is 70% diet and 30% exercise that gives the desired results. So along yoga, meditation and pranayama, eat almonds, cashew, resins along with all the nutrients you need in a balanced diet.
  13. 13. Grow plants at home  This Covid-19 lockdown time can be utilized in growing plants in your garden. Grow as many plants as you can. Start painting!  Take out all those paintbrushes that have been dying to use for ages. If you do not paintbrushes, go for plastic spoons, ice cream sticks, a sturdy old visiting card, or use your hands instead.
  14. 14. Watch the top movies and educational TV series There is a long list of TV series that will educate you on various topics. The National Geographic documentaries are a way fun way to learn. Pick the genre of your choice and watch them online. Lose yourself in good books Read as much as you anybook which you like any topic on which you really want to know. Learn a language Learning a language is a fun experience but it does need dedication. A language learned will give you an edge over others. It will add to your CV and will help you in your career as well if you do it right.
  15. 15. Last but not the least challenge yourself!!

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