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Psychological coping mechanisms for extreme solitude

Psychological coping mechanisms for extreme solitude

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By Dragan Otasevic on Oct 26, 2020

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Abdominal breathing (belly breathing)

[1] https://www.bloomfieldpsychology.com.au/blog/power-calming-belly-breathing#:~:text=It%20is%20like%20a%20reset,activate%20the%20%E2%80%9Crelaxation%20response%E2%80%9D.

[2] https://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=67411

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 30, 2020

Implement usual daily routines

by Juran K. on Oct 26, 2020

Physical exhaustion

by Juran K. on Oct 26, 2020

Loneliness Vs Solitude: the knowledge of future matters

by Subash Chapagain on Oct 26, 2020

Depends on the context, but some commons can be extrapolated

by Anja M on Oct 26, 2020

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