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.
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The importance of staying active and engaging in some form of exercise is at the top of everyone's mind. Here are a few ways in which individuals over the age of 50 can keep active, even at home.
Sound mental health and wellness are derived from being physically fit and indulging in physical exercises, specifically jogging and running.
You can ease the stress caused in your lives by the COVID-19 pandemic by undertaking simple practices such as deep breathing, yoga and exercise.
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).
Lack of physical activity and a diet gone haywire due to lack of routine will soon begin to tell on our body as well as mind. There is a direct relationship between your diet, physical activity, and health.
In our fight against the coronavirus, here are some scientifically supported ways you can strengthen your immune system during the pandemic.
Being physically active is of supreme importance in the current times; it not only aids in the overall well well-being of a person but also acts as a coping mechanism to deal with stress, anxiety and other psychological constraints.