Essential Health and Wellness Resources for the COVID-19 Crisis

Whether you’re stuck at home with the kids, working alone from home, or part of the essential workforce, keeping yourself healthy during the pandemic has been a challenge for many people.  This is especially true when many gyms and fitness studios have had their doors closed for many months; thankfully, they are now open following the removal of this government led restriction. Keeping up with your health and fitness goals can be critical when you are also trying to maintain a strong immune system. Eden Training Solutions presents some resources to keep yourself and your loved one’s content and healthy while dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Maintaining a Family Fitness Routine at Home Keeping up with your regular workout routine when isolating or working from home may seem like an almost impossible task during the COVID-19 crisis. Developing a new ‘at-home’ work-out routine isn’t as difficult as you may think. Practicing a Yoga Routine Without a Studio You may think that practicing yoga without a studio is downright impossible. However, there are ways you can keep up with your yoga practice regardless of where you are. Below are some resources that can help you sharpen those poses in the comfort of your own home. Running or Walking While Social Distancing If you enjoy running and walking, you may be a little concerned about continuing this activity during the pandemic. However, if you take precautions before you head outside, you can continue running or walking without worrying about your safety.   Reducing Stress and Anxiety During an Outbreak Not surprisingly, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant increase in anxiety among many, many people. In order to stay well during this crisis, you need to take care of your mental health by keeping stress and anxiety levels in check. And finally for this month the NHS has published 7 simple tips to tackle working from home guidance. Eating healthy foods, reducing stress, staying active, and maintaining mental health are all essential for individuals and families during the pandemic. Please consult these resources whenever you feel you need some support. Author: Stephanie Haywood