How To Reduce Isolation and Improve Socialization


While social distancing may have protected many of us from the coronavirus outbreak in 2020, the pain of social isolation put many more at a greater risk for other health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, anxiety and depression.


Staying connected to loved ones has become more challenging now than ever before especially for those who are elderly due to public health guidelines.


According to the National Academy of Sciences, “ Social isolation and loneliness are more common in older adults with depressive and anxiety disorders than in their non-depressed and non-anxious peers.”