If you want to do more to protect your health, you should keep an eye on your mental health too. It’s an aspect of your health that’s often overlooked, but when you don’t take the time to relax and move at a slightly slower base, you’ll find it harder to avoid stress and the other health problems that come with it. Escaping stress and relaxing are skills that can be learned and honed over time, and here are five tips to help you unwind. GET MOVING It can really help to get moving because it releases chemicals in the brain that make us feel better about ourselves when we move. So maybe it’s time you relieve your stress by getting active. It could be anything from starting the day with a run before you head to work, or you could complete a dance routine. Find the way that works for you. DO A FEW MINUTES OF MEDITATION EVERY MORNING Meditation is another good way to get your day off to the best possible start. Doing a few minutes of meditation each and every morning will put you in the best possible position to ensure you’re able to empty your mind… View Post
The COVID-19 pandemic has almost brought the world to a stand-still. It has disrupted everyday life around the globe. Millions of people have died from the virus, and millions more are fighting to recover. It is scary, and many people struggle with stress and anxiety as a result – which only makes things worse. It is natural to be anxious because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is still unhealthy – and you should do something about it. Here are four tips to help you overcome anxiety and get better sleep during the pandemic. Everyone across the world knows about the COVID-19 pandemic. However, most people only know that it is contagious and potentially fatal. People will fear something if they don’t understand it, and many people are scared that they will get infected with the virus. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE COVID-19 VIRUS Understanding the COVID-19 virus will help you overcome any misconceptions causing unnecessary fear. Fortunately, lots of research has been done into the COVID-19 virus, and the information has been published online. However, verify your sources to avoid disinformation – stick to reputable websites from governments and other credited authorities. STAY CONNECTED & UPDATED Governments worldwide have asked… View Post
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