For recent pandemic

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Being stuck inside for a long time weakens our heart, lungs, muscles and brain function, affecting us even after the pandemic is over.

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Because of the pandemic, the future feels difficult and uncertain. Plan ahead to implement actions to counter feelings of hopelessness.

Here’s 8 convenient ways to train in or near your home, from using nothing but your own body to simple yet innovative tools that don’t take up a lot of space, to simply getting creative with every day activities.

The COVID-19 crisis has changed how we exercise, and the effects will last far longer than this pandemic. Becoming more self-sufficient and resilient is becoming a priority for everyone, and its time to gear up to exercise at home.

Minerals are tiny compounds in our food that affect every system including those that help us cope with stress and fight off germs.

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Exercise immediately boosts immune response and starts your immune system on a search and destroy mission for pathogens

Here’s a few simple things you can do (or stop doing) to boost your immune system and stay healthy and happy in challenging times.

In times of stress and uncertainty, finding simple things we can control is vital. Your body, mind, and health are three areas you have a great deal of control over, perhaps even more than you realize.