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Coronavirus: Mental Health and Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic has changed daily life in unprecedented ways. Dr. Peter Yellowlees, Chief Wellness Officer for UC Davis Health, discusses the importance of dealing with stress and mental health during difficult times and answers questions from patients and viewers.

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24 Comments
  1. Conserva Block says

    Texas Doctor reverses Coronavirus Symptoms In 100% Of Cases With Inexpensive treatment. Dr. Richard Bartlett says people should no longer be afraid of COVID-19 because now there is an inexpensive, quick cure which is inhaling a steroid called budesonide using a nebulizer.

  2. Lloyd Francis says

    Thanks

  3. Joe Johns says

    In the end its ALL CHINAS FAULT,THE COULD OF LOCKED DOWN THEIR PEOPLE AND TELL THE WORLD WE HAVE A VIRUS AND STAY AWAY UNTIL ITS SAFE,INSTEAD THEY LET FLIGHTS GO OUT OF WUHAN TO THE WHOLE WORLD,CCP IS GUILTY AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT,NO MATTER WHAT LIES COME FROM THE CCP

  4. Purplegum says

    My mental health is so bad. everyone is home now and drama is bound to happen. a lot of things aren’t the same and its even harder when you’re pregnant. i miss working and its even more difficult right now since i am at risk due to being pregnant all I do is lay down and its not healthy for my mental health and well being. I legit wish i did not wake up somedays. I don’t know how im gonna bring a baby into this mess. It makes me super depressed

  5. NinjaWolfHybrid says

    I no longer have the confidence for online dating.

  6. Jackie Joyce says

    I wish there were any videos on YouTube about how to live through this pandemic without feeling like you’re in a prison. If you try to look for certain information it just takes you to “what covid symptoms feel like” ? K…but how do we live other than social distancing and washing our hands?

  7. Edward Bliss says

    Mental health? Try gout attacks and an inguinal hernia

  8. Yasser ALG says

    I thought I was immune to the psychological effects of lockdown because I am an introvert and a gamer … but I am starting to lose it after four months of curfew/lockdown. I am going crazy mentally and sunk into depression … even introverts need social interaction

  9. Crena Pun says

    Awsome video. Tq for info.its really heplful 🙂

  10. kevtarzan says

    ? also seek medical medication if you think you have serious mental problems, or even check your state if they allow recreational marijuana.

  11. monica says

    Can you make a video about anxiety coming out of quarantine? PLEASE!!

  12. Kate D says

    I work for a hospital, I’m working from home due to covid19, anyone healthy are working from home, so i hear about the seriousness of this from work, I have a daughter, she and her husband understand the seriousness, are following the cdc guidelines, they have a son with an autoimmune disease, my son and his wife think this is a hoax, they don’t wear masks, they gather with my daughter in law’s family, so i look like weird Grandma…I’ve thrown myself into sewing and gardening, I don’t know how to navigate between these two worlds, today I’m feeling beyond overwhelmed, I’m crying from all the pent up distress,

  13. Merg fan says

    Me: 2020 is gonna be my year
    Coronavirus: let’s ruin this guys life shall we?

  14. Abhishek Adhikari says

    We have started this initiative.

    As we all know each one of us is dealing with anxiety or depression in some way or the other, this is a forum to help each other out by sharing our experiences and let go of the unseen pain.
    Trust yourself. You’ve survived a lot, and you’ll survive whatever is coming.
    https://chat.whatsapp.com/BzC24mcLCW51m6St3cDD1z

  15. Baarmoeder voeder says

    I hate this so much, i’am a 14 y.o and last half year/8 month’s I’ve started to go back into society and not sitting all day in home. Since January/februari I’ve overwon my depression. But this quarantine has been killing me fr. atm I feel so lonely and feel like I have 2 good friends left :/

  16. Ricardo Calles says

    Whenever I am feeling stressed out by the Coronavirus, I just play some Three Beat Slide music and my anxiety disappears…It's like some kind of magical drug that makes me feel happy again

  17. Leulsegd Wakene says

    This very important video lesson and should be given in the beginning of COVID-19. Thanks, though it given at this time.

  18. stephon jones says

    Good to know

  19. dum monkey says

    What could help America's mental well this is to get all the information that is wrong off of the TVs the radios and YouTube about the covid-19 we are pounded with it as a daily dose how many people died do this do that the only ones we should be listening to is scientists that know what they are talking about don't watch the news don't watch the talk shows anybody that's talking about covid-19 ignore it unless they're telling you there is a cure I have been doing that I've been staying home I wear a mask when I go to the store to get groceries other than that I stay at home which I have been doing all along enjoy your day don't listen to the news they just stress you out more thank the media add information

  20. Success mantra train and succeed says

    Great presentation

  21. QTee says

    I have been so stressed out that for the first time in my entire life i have skipped my period! I am a fully grown woman well into adulthood but not quite close to the change yet. I have all of my usual PMS symptoms, horrible cramps and that dreadful hormonal change that makes my head spin and feel horrible but no period. My cycles are like clock work. They NEVER skip… anytime i thought it would not come it always popped up by night fall or early small hours but not this time. This is how stressed ive been. And NO i am NOT pregnant.. unless you believe in the 2nd coming of Jesus

  22. Eva E says

    At t=6:38 he talks about one thing that is really helpful – that is to connect and reconnect with your core social support network (spouse, siblings, children, closest friends), and contact them over the phone or over social media.

  23. Jesse says

    You also didn't mention the huge chance of contracting other diseases while in a hospital.

  24. Coach Yourself Girl says

    Take control of and take care of your brain to improve your mental health.

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