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Researchers found some people actually lost weight during the pandemic. They increased their physical activity levels and improved their diets.
Lockdown prompted people to prepare more food at home. Despite snacking on more junk foods, they showed an increase in their "healthy e...
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This is a good time to assess the healthy habits we let slip and to find new ways to be proactive about our physical and mental health.
Being aware of how our health behaviors changed during the stay-at-home orders could help us prevent it if another lockdown is enforced.
People reported significantly higher anxiety levels during lockdown. About 20 percent said their symptoms, such as experiencing dread and feeling unable to control or stop their worrying, were sever enough to interfere with their daily activities.
People reported that their sleep worsened...
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It refers to the thousands of chemical reactions that turn what we eat and drink into fuel in every cell of the body. These reactions change in response to our environments and behaviors, and in ways we have little control over.
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By reflecting on the changes and challenges of a global crisis like a pandemic, some people’s habits can improve — often when they use the time they usually spend on work travel or commuting on exercising, cooking, reading or other healthy habits.
Other people’s habits can worsen because t...
Researchers found that eating a diet high in sugar, saturated fat, and processed carbohydrates can negatively affect your sleep.
Foods rich in unsaturated fat, such as nuts, olive oil, fish, and avocados, seem to promote sound sleep.
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