Let’s Keep the Psychological Impact of the Lockdown in Mind: Body Dysmorphia

More people are looking in the mirror and analyzing their imperfections in the new normal

Kacy Burdette

The trauma of lockdown can even be powerful enough to actively change the personalities of those taking part. Periods of isolation can lead to loneliness, anxiety, and even depression. It can also cause us to spend more time assessing ourselves, and comparing ourselves to others.

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Peter Jobes is the CMO at Solvid.
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