Connection Between Isolation And Violent Behavior & How To Prevent Such Behavior
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Did you know that there is a connection between isolation and violent behavior? In light of COVID-19 and recent increased incidence of violent behavior globally, the conversation between Moriel Zelikowsky and Tom Bilyeu help to shed some lights on this connection, in the video “Neuroscientist Explains How Your Brain Is Affected by Fear, Isolation & Anxiety, Moriel Zelikowsky“, below:
- Take care of your mental, physical, and psychological well-being. Breathing exercises, mindfulness, meditation, and muscle relaxation would help with mental, physical, and emotional state.
- Find alternative ways to connect with others (social media, internet connections, etc.)
- Stay active
- Limit screen time
- Be mindful of coping strategies (avoid over-drinking or over-eating)
- Find the good