Being stuck at home for weeks at a time is taking a toll on everyone’s physical and mental health. We all developed a couple of bad habits along the way, and here’s how you can get rid of them.
Many people are turning to their favorite comfort foods, stress-eating, or simply snacking more than usual to pass the time. If you find yourself doing that, try to replace your snacks with healthier alternatives, such as nuts, fruits, and veggies.
Lack of Exercise
With many gyms and parks closed down, exercising outside is out of the question, and we’re all moving less than ever. That’s why it’s so important to work out at home, and if you’re just not in the mood to do it, give fun dance cardio videos a try.
Too Much Social Media
Our mental health is taking the biggest hit right now, and obsessively scrolling through social media and reading coronavirus news may be doing you more harm than good. Try to limit your screen time to conversations with friends and family, and unfollow the pages that are stressing you out.