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Covid-19: Preparing to leave lockdown with social anxiety

Life may appear to be returning to a new 'normal' as the Covid-19 lockdown eases. While many relish the idea of going back to their more usual routines, some with pre-existing anxiety may find the changes challenging. Naomi Quinn, 45, is anxious about a reduction in restrictions. 'My fear is, as soon as things go back to normal people won't wear their masks, sanitise their hands and they might disregard the rules,' she explained. Naomi, who lives with her daughter, Megan, in Swatragh, a small village in County Londonderry, has been dealing with anxiety for years. She said: 'When you're in the middle of a panic attack, it's so real. In that moment, I believe I'm having a heart attack or a stroke.

BBC News - April 26, 2021

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