Many are dabbling into new territories and hobbies to enhance their physical and mental wellbeing, or simply to pass time. Some have resorted to healthy living through home workouts or/and intuitive eating due to the tremendous amount of time people have for reflection and possible growth.
The findings, published by the 'American Journal of Preventive Medicine,' reveal that replacing long periods spent sitting with sleeping is linked to reduced stress levels, improved mood and lower body mass index (BMI).
When peak activity times were compared over a 24-hour period, being most active between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. was associated with the lowest risks of both heart disease and stroke.
‘Put inspirational quotes somewhere like your mirror to look at every day. This alone can give that little burst of motivation you need to get to the gym or to workout,’ says a personal trainer
Lack of exposure to sun during the pandemic has critically affected vitamin D levels in our body. People are frequently feeling tired with lack of energy and strength.
The purpose of rehydrating — whether with water or electrolyte-containing beverages — is to pull fluid back into our system so our organs can function properly.
Just half an hour of morning walk can help heart bypass surgery patients get a sound sleep at night says a study.
Experts swear by these exercises that can transform your abdominals in anywhere from three to 20 months.
If cases of COVID-19 are poorly controlled where you live, experts say it’s best to stay away. But if you live in an area where the spread is being contained, there are ways to minimize risk when going for a workout.