We know to wash our hands, sanitize surfaces and practice social distancing to protect our physical health during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis – but what about our mental health?With work, schools, governments, churches, sports, and special events taking dramatic steps to slow the coronavirus’ spread, daily routines are disrupted, and increased social isolation is an unfortunate reality for millions of people across the country.Whether you’re working from the kitchen table or caring for a loved one during the pandemic, clinical psychologist Andrea Graham, Ph.D., in a conversation with Fox News, recommends healthy ways to cope with social isolation and stick to a routine during these unprecedented, trying times.Graham is an assistant professor in the Department of Medical Social Sciences at Northwestern University in Illinois.HOW DID THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK START? We know ways to protect our physical health during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis – but what about our mental health? (iStock)FOX NEWS: What are some healthy ways for people to cope with social isolation during the ongoing outbreak?Graham: Catching up with friends and family through messages, phone calls and video chats can be helpful for enhancing mood. If you are working remotely, connecting with colleagues via videoconference so you can “see” each other rather than only


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