Ease Coronavirus Anxiety & Stress With Tips From Psychologist Giovanni Pigliapochi

by Team ATPB

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How are you all feeling, Pretty Birds? We hope you’re all taking care of yourselves as well as your loved ones. If you’re struggling, have no shame in seeking the help you need. Today, we’re sharing professional tips to ease Coronavirus anxiety, stress, and depression symptoms.


Tips to Ease Coronavirus Anxiety & Stress

Dr. Giovanni Pigliapochi is a general medical doctor currently working in Pavia, Italy, at Fondazione Costantino Onlus, a psychiatric facility. Giovanni is in direct contact with patients with physical and mental illnesses, including schizophrenia, depression, and development disorders like autism. Dr. Pigliapochi has lived and studied in The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Portugal, and Italy. During his studies he volunteered in organizations for migrant communities, as well as, people with Down Syndrome. After receiving his doctorate, he continued his work in migrant shelters supporting communities needing medical attention.

In the video below, Dr. Pigliapochi mentions a few symptoms of stress that you may be feeling in this time and shares his professional advice to help ease Coronavirus anxiety, stress, and depression. He also comments on how we’re coping as a culture. Watch with us, Pretty Birds!



Here are some self-care articles that may help you to ease stress and anxiety during this time:

6 Essential Oils to Fight Anxiety

How to Take a Healing Bath

Self-Care Practices That Don’t Break the Bank

How to Breathe Properly

Keeping Positive Vibes in an Unsettling Time

Giving Back as a Form of Self-Care

Paying It Forward 


All The Pretty Birds is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition.


Image credit @miriamtribe


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