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Battles of heart and mind

Advice from Ground Zero on how to stop worrying and embrace the isolation.

5 PATHWAYS TO LOWER MENTAL STRESS

1. WORKING (IT) OUT

MANPREET SINGH, Rudrapur

The start of 2020 for Manpreet Singh, 32, had been joyous. He had taken a group of tourists to Thailand and Vietnam in January and his travel company, Four Seasons Holiday Planner, was doing well. Ever since COVID-19 made headlines in February, however, Singh has had to cancel 50 tours. I know people in the sector who can't sleep at night, but I don't want to go on a downward spiral, he says. A firm advocate of mental fitness, Singh is now using his spare hours to focus on his physical health too. He is

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