During a global health crisis, there is nothing more important than physical, mental, and emotional well-being. You must take excellent care of yourself so that you can be of assistance to others. Although your default reaction during times of high stress may be to reach for convenience foods full of fat, sodium, and sugar, better options are awaiting you. You can be a glowing example of good health by simply changing the way you view and prepare food.
How You Can Prioritize Good Health Despite Navigating a Crisis
Prioritizing self-care during times of uncertainty can help you prevent a significant illness from occurring. In addition to following the CDC’s guidelines for handwashing and social distancing, you can also slowly build new habits into your daily routine. By focusing on all aspects of health, physical, emotional, mental, financial, social, and spiritual, you’re able to take good care of yourself inside and outside.
Here are some tips for being healthy while being at home:
Choosing one of the suggestions off the list and building a routine around it ensures that it will stick. Research has proven that it takes nearly 30 days for new habits to become regular activities you engage in daily. If something suggested doesn’t work for you, find a way to tweak its instructions or to ‘hack’ it in a way that feels better to you.
Your Good Health is an Asset for Everyone
Make good health a priority while being at home. In addition to washing your hands often, eating nourishing foods, staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, spending time outdoors in the sunshine, and moving your body helps. Also, finding productive ways to deal with stress is imperative, considering the world is going through some really rough stuff at the moment. Your emotional health is as important as your physical health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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