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Tips for overcoming pandemic procrastination

Fremont Tribune
 2021-06-06

Cover picture for the articleHave you noticed that you put things off more during the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, you are not alone. When COVID-19 emerged, people did not have time to adjust to the new lifestyle and process it. As a result of abrupt changes regarding how people live their lives gave rise, COVID-19 paved the way for mental health crisis — increased stress, anxiety and depressed mood — which over time may increase the risk of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity. To compound matters, when people are fearful, stressed or depressed, they are more likely to procrastinate, and delay or postpone tasks and assignments.

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