6 ways to manage coronavirus depression
Depression is increasing in the United States, in no small part due to COVID-19. According to recent reports, depressive symptoms are at least three times higher than they were before the pandemic hit, suggesting that the emotional cost of living through this time is enormous. For those who are vulnerable to depression already, this time is even more fraught.
If you’ve been feeling down, it’s important to understand what causes depression, how to identify it and the steps we can take to counter it. Learn six things we can do until the pandemic ends to look out for one another and stay healthier.
And, learn how you can get help through UCOP’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP).Tags: depression, mental health