For many sports enthusiasts, this distressing time of self-isolation, avoiding public spaces, and the cancellation of many fitness activities, working out can seem impossible. Left to our own devices, working out at home may be replaced with too much snacking and lazing about. However, it does not have to be this way! Working out at home can be effective, safe, and enjoyable. Let’s review some of the many benefits of working out at home.
We all know that there are studies that tell us of the horrible germs that wearing shoes can bring into our houses. We walk into public restrooms, on the city streets, in stores that may or may not really ever be disinfected properly – but what if instead of needing to go barefoot in the house, we actually should be just changing from our street shoes to our house shoes? Not your Grandma’s slippers – but shoes that provide support for your entire body?
For most, the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has brought challenges for personal financial situations. Communities have felt these challenges economically, and some businesses have even had to close already – bringing even more challenges to individuals trying to maintain their normal lifestyle or even looking forward to trying to create a sense of normalcy once again as restrictions are lifted. When it comes to saving money during this time, there are some things you should consider.
During the COVID-19, healthcare and other essential workers (perhaps yourself) have been working long hard hours and dealing with much extra stress as doing their best to maximize resources - including time and energy. If you find yourself in this scenario and the daily stress is taking a toll on your body right now, consider the following ways to help you take care of yourself during this difficult time.
With many of us generally confined to our apartments and homes during the coronavirus quarantine, finding ways to eat healthily can be challenging, especially with grocery stores having reduced hours, limited items, and in some cases pick-up or delivery only.
Knee braces and knee sleeves provide different benefits and are for specifically different uses, and one or the other may especially provide you with necessary relief during the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic while you are either stuck at home or out working longer than normal hours as essential personnel.
Sciatic nerve pain is often associated with lower back pain, but the sciatic nerve runs from the back down to the knees and can affect quite a large area. There are several things you can do to treat sciatica during this time of isolation through the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, or any other time.
Everyone is out of their normal routines, and it’s easy to feel inundated with extra stress and an incredible amount of information at this time. How should you ensure your mental health during this season?