Great Ways of Staying Healthy During Coronavirus


As the world is taking strict measures to lower the spread of coronavirus, self-isolation, and temporary lockdown of establishments, including gyms, present unique challenges to individuals. While everyone is trying to adjust to the new normal and stay safe, stress takes a toll on people’s physical and mental health. 

Good health may decrease the risks of developing some conditions, including cancer, stroke, and heart disease. In addition, it may help you thrive throughout your life. However, making healthy choices during this global pandemic is not that simple.

This is why you may need to exercise and consider the following ways to stay healthy:

  1. Manage Your Anxiety

In this time of massive upheaval, the way you respond to coronavirus pandemic may depend on your social support, health, financial situation, and emotional background.

When you feel yourself getting up in fear of what may happen, try to as much as possible to concentrate on the things you can easily control. This may include staying connected with friends and family.

However, if you cannot reach out to them, you can look for social media groups and platforms to share what you feel. While sharing, ensure you are not making catastrophic predictions, which may fuel your anxiety. 

Another way is to use CBD products. A compound in cannabis plants called cannabidiol has increased in availability as some states take the step of legalizing marijuana. For this reason, some companies have started selling CBD gummies, salves supplements, and other products that can handle anxiety. 

  1.     Protect Your Skin

Many people are using sanitizers, washing their hands more frequently, and wearing face masks during work shifts.

Although these measures aim at reducing the spread of coronavirus, they irritate and can damage your skin. Hence, making some skincare changes for your face and hands may help to counteract these effects. One of the changes may include combining moisturizers. Lightweight creams usually add moisture to your skin.

Though before you combine moisturizers, it may be necessary to look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and urea. 

Moreover, you need to be gentle on your hands. To achieve this, you can use lukewarm or cool water with soap to wash your hands. Hot water may not be helpful against germs, which might make you sick. In addition to that, avoid antibacterial cleansers because they are not effective in preventing infectious diseases.

They also contain chemicals, which may damage the cells of your skin. Other ways of protecting your skin may include:

  • Treating acne
  • Wearing gloves
  • Easing blisters
  1.     Boost Your Immune System

Vitamins can play an important role in boosting your immune system against infections and may help fight diseases. Vitamins D and C can support normal immune responses against pathogens, like a virus. Vitamin D helps to maintain the optimal blood levels of phosphorus and calcium that you may acquire from the food you eat and ultraviolet of the sun.

On the other hand, vitamin C may help you ease cold symptoms and can serve as an antioxidant to reduce inflammation. 

Strengthening and regulating your immune system through supplements can also reduce threats of bacteria and viruses. Supplements, like (cannabidiol) CBD capsules, can negate the risks of your body from turning on and attacking itself. Cannabidiol has a close connection between ECS and the immune system.

Therefore, when you use a CBD product, it will bind with the CB2 receptor to produce an anti-inflammatory effect. 

Concluding Remarks!

Since the coronavirus outbreak, many people across the world have been facing the reality of carrying out their daily routines at home, including schooling and telecommuting. Staying home and practicing social distance is important for ‘flattening the curve’ and avoiding potential exposure to the virus. 

However, the change in routine has left people in unfamiliar territory – one that makes them neglect their healthy lifestyle. Hence, to keep yourself healthy during these unprecedented times, you need to start using supplements, handling anxiety, and protecting your skin.

Jeff Campbell

Jeff Campbell is a husband, father, martial artist, budget-master, Disney-addict, musician, and recovering foodie having spent over 2 decades as a leader for Whole Foods Market. Click to learn more about me

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