Health becomes a bigger priority amidst the current situation in which the transitional large-scale social restriction (PSBB) has been reimposed. It should encourage you to pay more attention to the wellbeing of you and your family. To ensure that you and your family will always be in good shape and ready for your daily routines, simply follow these tips to help you stay healthy while staying at home.
Stay Fit, Obey the Health Protocols
With or without COVID-19, it is crucial to keep everything clean. A simple habit such as washing your hands before touching your face can truly minimize the risk of you and your family contracting any diseases. Therefore, always bring a bottle of hand sanitizer everywhere you go to keep your hands clean and sanitize the items that you will touch.
In addition, wear a mask and keep a safe distance when you are outdoors. These are some rules included in the health protocols during the new normal. Avoid any physical contacts as much as you can by, for instance, turning to cashless payments.
Routine Exercise at Home
Your exercise habit might be interrupted during such conditions, especially if you are the kind of person who hits the gym on a routine basis. However, you can actually still work out at home, as long as you have enough motivation to.
Doing a routine exercise at least three times a week for 30-60 minutes per session can improve your immunity, preventing you from getting sick easily. Nowadays, numerous gyms are offering online workout classes that you can subscribe to access.
You can also purchase sports gears and equipment, such as treadmill, yoga mat, running shoes, or athleisure outfits to support your workout performances at home.
Keep a Healthy Diet
Does being stuck at home discourage you to cook your own meal? It is fine to buy food from restaurants every once in a while, but do not make it a habit. According to the US National Library of Medicine, 80% of immune cells lie in the digestive systems. So, be careful when you are eating outside food.
It is also important to meet your daily nutritional needs. Balance your intake of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Eat more veggies and fruits and less processed food. You should also take vitamins or additional supplements.
Health is not only about physical fitness, but it is also about mental wellbeing. Overthinking will also lower productivity, cause lack of sleep, and weaken the immune system. If you’re working from home (WFH), try to spend several minutes of your work schedule every day to meditate or take a quick break without staring at any screens.
After work, you can interact with your family, do your hobbies, or sit back and relax while getting busy with your favorite activities. These may include playing video games, reading books that you have been waiting to indulge in, watching top television series, etc.
Your hobbies can be your me-time moment to ease your mind and make you happier. Spending two hours, or more on the weekends, on your hobbies should make you more motivated and be positive to face the upcoming days.
Spare Some Time for Medical Checkup
Many people are reluctant to have a medical checkup for fear of being diagnosed. However, a late diagnosis will worsen your illness. If you do the math, the cost of a routine medical checkup is much cheaper than the cost to treat a serious disease. This could help you ensure your family is always in good health. Bear in mind that prevention is better than cure.
These tips will allow you to stay physically healthy. Brace yourself and family to deal with uncertain situations by staying clean and maintaining a healthy lifestyle everyday. Also, do a regular medical checkup for you and your family.
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