The Croatian believes the Premier League season must be allowed to be completed in full, given "80 per cent of the championship" has been played.
Lovren told Sportske Novosti: "Honestly, it's not easy. We have been locked in homes for [over] 46 days!
"We didn't go out anywhere. Psychologically, I am struggling with myself. The hardest thing to do is go through psychologically.
"When it comes to training, I work alone. I'm really a worker, it's not a problem for me to train on my own. But it's totally different when you train alone than when you train on a team.
"You are locked in the house, every day is one and the same.
"I have training devices, I try to maintain myself in various ways. For example, I run up and down stairs, so I do exercises on them. I try to invent exercises, something. We got a training plan from the club, but it's hard."