ePharmacy Latest Promotion Consult a Specialist
Need Help?
Our panel of doctors at DoctorOnCall


Dr Sashini Seeni

General Health

Dr M Ramzdhan

General Health

Dr Nathaniel Ho

General Health

Dr Rashid Khan

General Health

Dr Nurhayati

General Health

Dr Sri Viknarajan

General Health

Dr Fatahiyah

General Health

Dr Nur Syuhada

General Health

Dr Lee Chin Meng

General Health

Dr Mohamad Kashfi

General Health

English and Malay
Our doctors can help you in both languages
Accredited Doctors
All doctors at DoctorOnCall are registered with Health Ministry of Malaysia
Privacy Guaranteed
Your data is safe and will not be revealed to any parties
Quick and Efficient
All queries will be answered by doctors in a quick and efficient manner
*This is a public forum. Please do not put any personal information such as phone numbers, emails as it will be publicly visible
Submit Anonymously

Give a title to your health problem
*Title must be more than 20 characters
Explain in detail what health problem you're having
*Explanation must be more than 20 characters
Please enter your email address so we can send you answer to your question

Malaysia's #1
Health Forum

Feel depression because of corona virus issues

Answered by: Dr Nur Syuhada binti Zulkifli

Last Updated: April 5, 2020 3:24 PM
Anonymous 9 months

Hi I’m a Japanese and currently cannot go out due to the RMO period and also go back to home country… Very stressed and feel depression. How can i handle this? Is there any solution?

Dr Nur Syuhada binti Zulkifli 9 months
General Practitioner

Hi there. Thank you for your question.

First and foremost, we truly understand your concern. I’m so sorry on what happened to you especially because you’re far from home.

What I can advice is, try to fill your free time with some activities like reading, listening to music, cooking or anything you always wanted to do. Do some meditation to ease your mind. Practice controlled breathing when you feels overwhelmed by stress. Canceled out all noises by any mean, then take a deep breath until you can see your abdomen rise and slowly release through mouth. Focused only on breathing and repeat this step for several minutes or until you feels relax.

You may also present yourself to clinic and talk to them so they might refer you to psychiatry for further assessment and treatment to make you better.

You may also try our befrienders for emotional support, through their hotline number 603-79568145 or email sam@befrienders.org.my.

We’ll get through this together. Stay safe and stay strong.

AdobeStock_41699827

Last Updated: Sun Apr 05 2020 15:24:39 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
4.89
Online Consultation
Talk to a doctor or Specialist online about general health from anywhere you are without having to queue anymore
Doctor Consult RM19.99 Specialist Consult From RM80
FREE Detailed Health Assessment
Prevention is better than cure. Is My Body Ready to Fight Infection? Find Out in only 5 short minutes!
Start FREE Health Assessment