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It is important to have a routine if you are working from home or looking after your kids. It could mean set times you do things, getting up and dressed, or doing tasks around the house.
When worry comes, and you think if it is something you can tangibly get hold of and do something about, think about the steps you would go through to resolve the problem.
If it is a worry...
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Doing so during stressful of traumatic periods of time will boost your resilience.
A routine could mean: eating meals at the same hours, sleeping, setting regular times to exercise, etc.
This is an excellent way to stay healthy and occupy your time while being indoors.
Anything that gets your heart pumping or builds muscle is excellent for both physical and mental health.
This is much easier in the country or suburbs. But remember to stay six feet away from other people.
Spending time in nature is a boon to both mental and physical health.
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All over the world, governments have implemented lockdowns, restricting all non-essential travel, closing all the places where people can gather.
Lockdown isolation can lead to mental stress...
Whatever the limits and constraints, try to get some nature exposure and exercise, even in a garden, terrace or balcony. You can also take care of the houseplants or open the windows to let fresh air in the room.
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