After weeks of isolation, it’s no surprise that people are going stir crazy. Neuropsychologist Dr. Judy Ho says that being stuck inside can have an effect on your mental health. The pandemic presents an existential crisis, and Dr. Ho says that in these times, our hindbrain, which focuses on survival at all costs, is most active. This means we are less likely to take others’ feelings into account and makes us more likely to snap. Here are tips to maintain positive mental health in quarantine.