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Halestorm vocalist and guitarist Lzzy Hale has posted a new photo of herself on the official Instagram account and made a crucial mental health issue announcement after appearing the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus is a disease that causes deadly consequences that negatively affect our immune system. People began to quarantine themselves and follow the rules of social isolation to prevent further spread of this disease.

On the other hand, some people may have some mental health problems from being quarantined in their homes for a long time.

Lzzy Hale took to social media to address mental health issues for the fans, and she gave useful advice for people who are struggling with mental health problems under the quarantine.

Here’s what Lzzy Hale stated:

“Self Quarantine can drive you insane. Literally. It’s a breeding ground for depression, anxiety, panic, dark spirals, and other mental health issues. But we can all do something about it. Reach out to friends that you know are struggling.

Stay connected and remind each other that we are in this together, we are not alone in this crisis. If you normally visit a psychiatrist, continue to do so online via Skype or FaceTime.

Some things that I do to keep the voices quiet are:

1. ‘Free write’ every day; this is the act of spilling your thoughts onto paper, with no need for rhyme; reason or dates. This is not a diary entry, this is you cleaning out your mental closet. The physical act of writing everything in your head down is extremely therapeutic!

2. Start a project that you didn’t have time for before, sew something you can wear when this all blows over, learn how to change a tire, paint, try poetry, get creative in the kitchen, write short erotica stories if that’s your thing, it’s important to have goals and take small steps to achieve them.

3. Have a routine. Get up, do something physical every day, there are a ton of apps you can get that will instruct you on how to properly work out from home, get dressed the way you normally would if you were going out, put some ‘work time’ in, clock out and have some you time. Try not to cling to or overdo your vices. These will only exacerbate your darkness.

4. Music. I cannot stress this enough. Now is the time we truly get to see the healing powers of music. Listen to it, play it, share your playlists with friends Listen to music together online, etc.

As Always, ‘Raise Your Horns’ for each other. Be kind. Stay at home. We got this!”

An Instagram user named tffy81 wrote:

“Lzzy, thank YOU…I feel like I’m going nuts. The guitars are going to help me but more than that, it’s knowing that you’re doing the same. We’re all made of chemicals and this is not easy. keep posting. All love and hope from San Antonio! Texas loves you!!”

Another fan named gabriellameghan said:

“Yes! Preach 🙌 So many great tips!”

See the Instagram post below.

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#SelfQuarentine can drive you insane. Literally. It’s a breeding ground for depression, anxiety, panic, dark spirals and other mental health issues. But we can all do something about it. Reach out to friends that you know are struggling. Stay connected and remind each other that we are in this together, we are not alone in this crisis. If you normally visit with a psychiatrist, continue to do so online via Skype or FaceTime. Some things that I do to keep the voices quiet are: 1. “Free write” everyday; this is the act of spilling your thoughts onto paper, with no need for rhyme; reason or dates. This is not a diary entry, this is you cleaning out your mental closet. The physical act of writing everything in your head down is extremely therapeutic! 2. Start a project that you didn’t have time for before, sew something you can wear when this all blows over, learn how to change a tire, paint, try poetry, get creative in the kitchen, write short erotica stories if that’s your thing, it’s important to have goals and take small steps to achieve them. 3. Have a routine. Get up, do something physical everyday, there are a ton of apps you can get that will instruct you on how to properly work out from home, get dressed the way you normally would if you were going out, put some ‘work time’ in, clock out and have some You time. Try not to cling to or overdo your vices. These will only exacerbate your darkness. 4. Music. I cannot stress this enough. Now is the time we truly get to see the healing powers of music. Listen to it, play it, share your playlists with friends Listen to music together via online etc. As Always, #RaiseYourHorns for each other. Be kind. #Stayathome We got this! Photo by @thejoestorm

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