Sage Grazer has noticed that not only has COVID-19 brought along sickness but also anxiety in individuals. Having to be stuck in their homes, worrying about things such as job insecurity, relationship strains, among other things have many individuals struggling to cope with everyday life. Due to this she has designed a digital setting called Frame to help individuals see what therapy could be helping them with, all while in the comfort of their own home and in workshops. With none of the pressure of driving to a sit-in therapist, this opens up a safe place for people with high anxiety to come out and discuss the issues they’re facing. She also lists helpful tips to calm down anxiety, hoping to help people in their hour of need.
- Anxiety symptoms vary depending on the person but they can also be contagious to other people.
- Anxiety symptoms happen in both physical and non-physical ways such as racing thoughts and heart rate levels rising.
- To help reduce anxiety, take deep breaths and challenge your thoughts and make sure you’re really thinking straight.
“As she says, COVID-19 anxiety is a very real thing and it can manifest in a number of different ways. Read on as Grazer answers our top questions about it.”