1. Connect with friends or family members on a regular basis rather than relying on technology:
You may feel that you are going to be fatigued at times. You may have the idea that the best thing to do during such times is to be alone and keep that sensation to yourself. But hold your horses. Isolating oneself serves to immerse you more in loneliness. When you’re feeling particularly worried, alone, or sad, it’s essential to speak with individuals you can trust about your emotions.
2. Make your living place more accessible to others:
Suicide risk has been demonstrated to rise in young and older adults who live alone without a companion. If you are lonely and live alone, you should remain with your roommate. Some nursing homes have developed a solution to the loneliness that many older adults in the nation face in recent years. Thank you very much.