Staying Healthy Naturally Post-Coronavirus

Staying Healthy Naturally Post-Coronavirus

The Covid-19 pandemic has shaken the world to its core. Without much warning, countries across the world have been forced to close businesses, enforce quarantine, and implement social distancing measures that drastically change the way we live, work, and socialize.

But amidst all these new restrictions, there is a light at the end of the tunnel as things begin to re-open. If you are feeling anxious or uncertain about staying healthy post-pandemic, keep reading for a few helpful tips.

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Boost Nutrient Intake

While it might be tempting to reach for take-aways and junk food when you’re bored or anxious, it is far more sensible to boost your nutrition. Try where possible to increase your intake of organic fruits and vegetables and healthy proteins. It’s also a good idea to boost your body with additional nutrients and minerals such as Vitamins A, C, and D, zinc, selenium, folic acid, and iron — all of which are known to boost the immune system.

Things to reduce as part of this regime include sugary foods, refined carbohydrates, fried foods, and alcohol. While eating in moderation is recommended, too much of the bad stuff will only serve to weaken your body. 

Exercise Sensibly

Moderate exercise is essential for both our physical and mental well-being. Not only does it reduce tension, but it can also improve blood flow, energy, and immunity. However, it’s important not to overdo your fitness routine. Too much high-intensity exercise can weaken your immune system and lead to burnout. 

Try to integrate a mix of activities such as yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates, light jogging, dance workouts, or bodyweight/strength classes. By exercising sensibly and combining a variety of movements, you give the body a chance to mobilize in multiple ways, while introducing a bit of relaxation where needed. If you’re a newbie to exercise, you could join The Club Fitness Facilities and check out their classes, facilities, and personal training programs. 


Sleep is crucial for a healthy mind, body, and spirit, particularly in the current climate. If you’re one to stay up late watching Netflix, or you find you’re usually up all hours without much regard to your sleep schedule, you may find your health suffers as a result. Sleep is essential for our moods, for repairing cells and tissue, and for hormone regulation. If sleep isn’t high on your priority list, try to change that and notice if there is any difference to how you feel. 

Stay Connected

Social distancing and quarantine measures can make people feel isolated and alone. Find ways to connect with your loved ones, whether it’s through a simple phone call or online. There are plenty of platforms out there for connecting to people across all corners of the globe, so if you’re feeling isolated, make sure that you regularly check in with family and friends.

Keep Yourself Positive

Keeping positive is about your internal dialogue. Don’t allow yourself to fall into negative thought traps based on what you see in the news. It can be easy to create doomsday scenarios in your head and feel hopeless about the current Coronavirus situation. Try to reverse your own psychology if it leans towards the negative and finds ways to focus on the good things that are happening around you. Create positive affirmations or turn off the news and watch or read something uplifting.

Staying healthy beyond the pandemic requires a mix of physical, emotional, and mental practices. Stick with the points listed above to help guide yourself to a stronger, healthier you!

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• Meet the Author • Dr. Lawrence Kindo

I am a Medical Professional with a passion for writing, blogging, playing, computers, and of course patient care. My writing in this medical blog will reflect my passion, and you are welcome to be a part of this venture. This medical blog is a tribute to all the great medical pioneers, and to the ultimate source of wisdom, God.

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