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First of all, it’s important to understand that loneliness is a common human emotion and is experienced differently from individual to individual. While some people find peace of mind in being alone, others may develop certain mental or physical diseases, such as depression, anxiety, stress and eating disorders. In fact, it’s perfectly normal to feel lonely from time to time. 

Of course, being a universal feeling, but unique at the same time, the treatment for loneliness can vary. However, studies and experiments have shown that loneliness can be controlled with certain activities that can also improve your state of mind and make your love yourself. According to medical experts, people who feel lonely all the time are more likely to develop depression and anxiety. 

Many people who have claimed that they are lonely have also reported that they often feel empty, alone and unwanted, and sometimes, they tend to have lower levels of self-esteem and self-love. Unfortunately, there are a lot of factors that can lead to loneliness, such as isolation (especially these days because of the coronavirus pandemic), experiencing something new (namely moving to a new city or starting a new job), divorce, death of a significant person and so on. 

According to experts, being lonely is different from being alone. Being alone means having no one around, and loneliness can make people feel lonely even if they are surrounded by people and can also be a health symptom. 

To help you better understand your feelings and combat these issues, we’ve rounded up some interesting and inspiring things to do when you feel lonely. Read on to find out more info!

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