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28 Feb, 2022

The current pandemic is a ground-breaking global event that has affected millions of lives across the world. With usual day-to-day activities coming to a near-halt, it has not only made an impact on our physical movements but also the mental well-being of a large number of individuals. At this time of crisis, we would like to remind you that it is crucial and most important to take care of yourself. We would like to suggest some effective ways that can help you to stay healthy.

The present scenario has pushed us to stay indoors, which has not only lessened our physical activity but also our direct social interactions, calling for an increased need to engage ourselves in more physical activities while staying indoors. In order to make sure we're working according to your physical efficiency.

Here are some tips: 
1) Exercise: Daily exercise can help you feel active and your body will automatically brace up
2) Practice Yoga/Meditation: Yoga or Meditation will tune your body and mind in harmony with each other
3) Reduce Long Hours of Sedentary Work: Instead of spending leisure time over your phone or laptop, try to engage in some indoor sport or walk anywhere where it's safe
4) Have a balanced healthy diet: COVID-19 situation might have upset our social life but it has surely provided us with an opportunity to better rely on home-cooked meals, which are healthy and balanced. It is okay to indulge in comfort eating only as long as it is not a habitual activity
5) Maintain a normal routine: Since no one has to move out of their homes for school, college, or office work, one might slip away from their previous normal schedules and do as they desire. It is essential to try and maintain a normal routine as much as possible since too much of comfort can prove to be unfit
6) Adequate amount of sleep: Avoid tobacco products and alcohol, along with consuming too much caffeine, as this could lead to various negative consequences, spoiling your sleep schedule being top on the list 
The threat of COVID-19 remains unresolved and it has, in turn, engulfed our minds with stress and anxiety. Uncertain situations can often affect our mental health drastically and therefore, one must consider their mental health as a top priority. 
1) Access right information: News headlines and social media are full of information that are often questionable and untrue. While it is not entirely possible to avoid this flow of information, we must consciously try to limit your exposure to such sources in order to remain updated about the situation
2) Indulge in self-care: Know what is healthy for you, and what is not; eat healthy, maintain your sleeping pattern, emphasis on personal hygiene and spend time with yourself
3) Express yourself: Spend time with your family and friends, or talk to people with whom you are comfortable in sharing your feelings and thoughts; do not bottle up your misery, anxiety or troubling thoughts within you. If you are not comfortable in engaging through direct communication, engage in some form of an activity like writing, you can maintain a journal or create a piece of art. This can provide you a way to channel your feelings and know them
4) Be a listener, connect with others: To be able to help someone by listening to them might bring you comfort, too. Have a conversation where you can mutually share and listen to one another. Isolation from the world outside might cause anxiety or stress, and it is important to know you are not alone, by connecting with others
5) Search for positivity: Our outlook must change in a positive manner in order to realize that there is light after darkness; read positive books or listen to inspiring podcasts, soothing music, or practice anything that makes you feel satisfied
6) Seek help, if required: It is absolutely fine to let someone help you if you do not feel okay; if you're constantly feeling low, or dealing with destructive thoughts, reach out for professional guidance
Remember that times will change and the pandemic will pass. Listen to the signals your mind and body give to you and acknowledge them. Do not forget to take care of your physical and mental health and of those around you.


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