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please share some do's and don'ts for coping with a drought.

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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology 14 years experience
Drought: Get bottled water in great quantities if available. Do not panic.
Dr. Leslie Westfield
Clinical Psychology 37 years experience
Cope with Disaster: It is not uncommon to experience mental and physical fatigue as well as feelings of stress, anxiety, fearfulness and even low mood after exposure to any traumatic event. Do stay connected with others for support. If these feelings persist or prevent you from getting back to activities of daily living, seek support, guidance and assistance from a mental health or medical professional.
Dr. Gustavo Diaz
Facial Plastic Surgery 30 years experience
Drought: Try to conserve drinking water. Use disposable dishes and utensils. use rain water to clean toilets and other non food preparing uses (if available). only flush toilet for solid waste, not liquid.

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