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Tips On How To Keep Fit During Lockdown

Trying to understand some means to living a healthy lifestyle in a greatly stressful and fast pace atmosphere is extremely essential to face everyday challenges with strength and confidence. Union Cabinet Secretary, Rajiv Gauba on Saturday held video conference interaction with Chief Secretaries of all States and Union Territories to review implementation of lockdown restrictions in the country and resumption of economic activities as per the guidelines of the Government of India.
All reassurances aside, panic-buying did take place in Singapore the night of Muhyiddin's lockdown announcement, with pictures of customers buying large amounts of food items emerged on social media, less than two months after the first round of panic-buying took place on the February 7 weekend this year.



Another 60,000 food packets are distributed through the RSS network of non-governmental organisations (NGO), voluntary organizations (VO) and community organizations (CO) at various underprivileged localities across the city while around 20,000 food packets are given to daily wagers in the city.
The Cheerios and Nature's Valley maker has raised its forecast for 2020, as social distancing efforts aimed at slowing the rapid spread of COVID-19 is causing consumers to stockpile, boosting demand for eat-at-home products like cereals and boredom-busting treats like snack bars.

Some people reach for alcohol or drugs to self-medicate in times like this, and while you may feel like they alleviate your symptoms in the short term, the next day you are likely to wake up feeling much worse, so this is not a stress control method I would advise.
Lockdown measures in place across the region, intended to lessen the catastrophic consequence of COVID-19, must be accompanied with social protection measures for those living in poverty and facing unemployment in order to mitigate the impact of this double jeopardy of lock down and hunger.

Creating a "new routine" or "new normal" which includes a variety of activities—exercise, baking, music, reading, online activities, working or studying, relaxing, keeping in touch with friends and family—may help maintain a sense of well-being, and assist in managing meal times and food intake.
A study of risk communication in the region of China where the coronavirus pandemic began, co-authored by a UConn researcher, indicates that overcoming "optimistic bias" will influence an individual's perception about disease and make them more likely to adopt preventive behaviors.

You may think you find watching TV or using your computer or phone before bed is a good way to relax, but it can be detrimental because of the bright light emitted which acts as an environmental cue to your body that it is daytime, hindering your biological urge to fall asleep.

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