List of 5 Things you can do during Coronavirus (Covid-19) Lockdown/ Home Quarantine: Utilize this time to achieve your goal, physical and mental health.
We know that for many people life is changing dramatically. At this crucial time, we eventually realize that we are no different. Students and People preparing for competitive tests like you are taking their classes online as the schools, colleges and coaching centers are closed.
For the rest of the world, that even the most severe situation can be turned around but the experience of cities and countries that have pushed back this virus gives courage and hope to the rest of the world.
During this difficult time, its important to continue looking after your physical and mental health. This will help you in the long term. So here we have compiled the list of 5 good things and habits you can develop to pass this home quarantine/lockdown time.
#1. Eat Healthy
First, eat a healthy and nutritious diet which helps your immune system to function properly.
#2. Drink Responsibly
Second, limit your alcohol consumption and avoid sugary drinks.
#3. Don’t Smoke
Smoking can increase your risk of developing the severe disease if you become infected with Covid-19.
Fourth, exercise, WHO Recommends 30 minutes of physical activity a day for adults and 1 hour a day for children. If your local or national guidelines allow it, go outside for a walk, run or ride a bicycle, and keep a safe distance from you.
If you can’t leave the house, find an exercise video online, dance to music, do some yoga and walk up and down the stairs. If you are working from home, make sure you don’t sit in the same position for long periods.
Get up and take a 3 minutes break every 30 minutes.
#5. Keep a Healthy Mind
Fifth, look after your mental health. It’s normal to feel stressed, confused and scared during a crisis. Talking to people you know and trust can help. Supporting other people in your community can help you as much as it does them. Check on neighbors’ family and friends.
Compassion is medicine. Listen to music, read a book or play a game and try not to read or watch too much news if it makes you anxious. Get your information from reliable sources once or twice a day.
Covid-19 is taking so much from us, but it is also giving us something special: the opportunity to come together as one humanity, to work together, to learn together, to grow together.
Some More Positivity during Covid-19 Outbreak
As you’re quarantined/locked down, be assured that
– This WILL be over.
– There are medicines and they’ll hit the market in about 2 months.
– In another 12 months, we will have a vaccine.
– 80% of patients will not have serious ailments.
– 98% of patients will not Die!
When this is over, we all will be required to rebuild our broken economies. If you’ve more time now please try to upskill yourselves. Instead of watching movies, learn something new. That knowledge will come in handy.
Stay Positive. Plan Ahead