Even the nicest four walls can feel like a prison while self-quarantining during the coronavirus outbreak, mental health experts warn.
Social isolation, confusion and mounting concerns about financial and physical well being can take its toll on a person.
“People are really getting cabin fever, they’re scared,” said Dr. Harris Stratyner, an associate professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
“What happens is our imaginations run away with us, so we build on all of these psychosocial and environmental stresses. And we start to worry,” Stratyner explained.
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