A few months ago, we were all living life differently. Chasing opportunities at a fast pace, climbing up the social ladder, and probably at the peak of our lives before we encountered a roadblock. Without much warning, a pandemic struck that affects how we live our daily lives. After isolation, social distancing, and quarantine we need to make some positive lifestyle changes. Let’s improve our physical and mental state and beat COVID-19.
Health and Sanitation
The most important thing during this time is making sure we are healthy. We can all admit that we were not making health-conscious decisions before the severity of coronavirus. We need to keep our health in check and improve our sanitation. Here’s how to do it:
- Disinfect frequently touched surfaces
- Wash your hands thoroughly especially after leaving your house
- Consume goods that will boost your immune system
- Drink plenty of water
- Avoid contact with other people as much as possible
Build Good Habits
This is the perfect opportunity to incorporate positive lifestyle changes since we are already living life differently. While keeping our physical health in mind,
we can improve that by watching what we eat and exercising daily.
Have access to healthy snacks instead of junk food
Set a schedule for when you eat to avoid eating due to boredom.
Start an at-home workout routine even if it’s for 15 minutes of your day.
Channel your Emotions
This is an extremely stressful time and not all of us are great at expressing how we feel. We may get nervous about uncertainty. Let me be the first to say that it is ok for men to feel anxious. Put your mind at ease and relieve the aching thoughts.
- If it is hard for you to talk about, you can still let out your emotions by writing it down
- Download Nature Sound Apps and practice meditation
- Read some self-care books to get a brighter perspective on life
Utilize this community to share your thoughts. Here at Suit Make, our focus is on improving the way men feel about themselves. Leave a comment on this post with some words of encouragement for our fellow peers. Until next time!