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Is Covid-19 related stress affecting your body?

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Shot of a young woman suffering from stress while using a computer at her work desk
Shot of a young woman suffering from stress while using a computer at her work desk

There is no doubt that the underlying stress related to Covid-19 coronavirus is causing many South Africans high levels of anxiety. A SA Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) survey of 1 200 people found that 65% of people felt stressed in the first few weeks of lockdown. The impact on the body, as well as the mind, is profound and so it is important to identify these and know how to tackle them.

Let’s take a look.

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