Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #thistooshallpass

Most recents (4)

On a tweet-spree, sharing my 2-cent thoughts after 2 months of #COVID duty work:
🔸️ Different patient, different body response - management algorithm can guide you, but individualized care is a must
🔸️Organ systems works hand-in-hand; Nutrition is just as important as ventilation, circulation, etc
🔸️Management is evolving (in a matter of hours); what you know now might not be applicable tomorrow. Keep yourself updated.
🔸️Giving medications just so we have something to give, can be worse than not giving anything at all. #EvidenceBasedMedicine
🔸️Team work goes a long way - ask HELP, be it clinical dilemna or handy ward work. After all, We're on the same boat🛶
Read 5 tweets
My hobby: To keep checking @Google trends for tracking what the world is up to. Throws up multiple dramatic shifts which have all happened over past few weeks due to #COVID19. A thread👇

Fasten your seat belts! (1/10)
The rise of DIY: Forced by #lockdown, people are figuring out how to do things themselves. There is a sudden rise of interest in easy cooking recipes, home workouts, how to fix, how to clean etc. Personal favorite: how to cut your hair. Pro tip: don't (2/10)
Location doesn't matter any more: Add "near me" to any search term and you see a steep drop. Restaurants near me, coworking spaces near me, even doctors near me - have all dropped by 50-70%. Movie theatres near me - has dropped by a dramatic 96%! (3/10)
Read 10 tweets
This morning I woke up thinking about the world after #COVID19 when I got this message from my friend @maxwellubah and felt it was #TooGoodNotToShare

Sitting down and thinking about the #COVIDー19 pandemic and the restrictions of movement, here's my #ThreeBigLessons
#Leadership is all about #decisionmaking

The world was slow to react to the virus. #WorldLeaders neglected it & even described it like the common flu. By the time they woke up, it had become widespread with thousands dead.

Most deaths outside Wuhan were completely avoidable
Today, we have shut down our airspace and restricted movements. This same decision could have been taken when the first case of coronavirus incidence happened. Well, as they say, it's never too late to correct a wrong action.

Key lesson here is that #LeadersAreDecisive
Read 9 tweets
Remember that #depression and #anxiety both come from a misunderstanding about how the brain works. The #brain is a "comparison machine". It doesn't know how to do anything else. It compares every experience you are having to other experiences you've had or could be having.
It's your job to remind the brain that it only sees things in black & white (& based on assumptions). You're not your brain (it's a tool). ALL thoughts are based on an incomplete picture (a half-truth). Reminding yourself that your thoughts aren't fact, that they're only half the
picture, allows you to keep yourself in a state of awareness. The reason #DepressionIsReal is because we believe our thoughts ARE reality - they are not. Thoughts are fragments of information, used by the brain to develop context. The greater the context, the greater the #wisdom.
Read 8 tweets

Related hashtags

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!


This site is made by just two indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3.00/month or $30.00/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!