1. Connect with friends and family on a regular basis rather than with technology:
You may feel as though you are on the verge of exhaustion at times. At such moments, you often get the idea that it is better to be alone and keep that emotion to yourself. But reconsider. Isolating oneself enables you to sink further into loneliness. When you feel very worried, alone, or sad, it is essential to speak to someone you trust and express your emotions.
2. Make your living place available to others:
Living alone without a partner has been proven to raise the risk of suicide in both the young and the elderly. If you are experiencing loneliness and are living alone, you should consider staying with your roommate. In recent years, several old-age institutions have developed a solution to the issue of loneliness among many older adults in the nation. Thanks.