Every year, World Health Day is observed to raise awareness about the global health concerns that people are concerned about. The occasion is also utilised to raise public awareness of people’s general health and well-being.
Good Health Tips
Stay hydrated by drinking water and limiting sugary beverages.
While it is important to drink water on a regular basis to keep healthy, there is no evidence that doing so frequently (e.g. every 15 minutes) will help avoid viral infections. For additional information about coronavirus and drinking water.
Eat a Balanced Diet
Remember to have breakfast and select a nutritious meal that is high in protein and fibre and low in fat, sugar, and calories. For additional information on weight-loss foods and nutritional guidelines, go here.
Be Physically Active and Exercise Regularly
At this point, at-home training might be beneficial. You can, however, take your dog for a stroll or run outside. Make sure you're up to date on what's going on in your neighbourhood, including any limitations or forced self-quarantines. For additional information on being physically active when at home, go here.
Obtain Enough Restful Sleep
There is a strong link between the quality and amount of your sleep and your immune system. Getting seven to eight hours of sleep each night might help your immune system work correctly.
Sitting and screen time should be limited.
Exercise will not protect you from your sedentary habits. Even those who exercise frequently may be at risk for diabetes, heart disease, and stroke if they spend a lot of time sitting in front of computers. In practise, you may try taking sedentary time breaks, such as strolling about the office/room a couple of times each day.
Keep track of your movement, sleep, and heart rate using an app.
A reminder: People with major chronic medical issues, such as excessive obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, are more likely to develop complications from the COVID-19 infection and get extremely unwell. They should speak with their doctors and follow their advise.
Learn to Control Your Emotions
During a pandemic, individuals commonly experience dread, worry, despair, and uncertainty. Stress-related weight gain should be avoided as much as possible.