The recent outbreak of coronavirus has put many of us in lockdown or self-isolation. Constantly watching the news to keep count of the updated stats regarding coronavirus cases is such an energy drain which is making most of us frustrated.
I’m not saying that we should avoid listening to the news but worrying constantly about what’s going on outside is not the best use of your time. Alternatively, here’s what you can do to make your self-isolation more meaningful and productive.
With the tough routines of 9 to 5 jobs, colleges and universities, we find it difficult to manage some time to keep ourselves fit and healthy. It is understood that you have to work from home to attend lectures online, but without all the time involved with getting ready in the morning and commuting, you still have a lot of time on your hands.
The best use of the morning free time is to work out. Exercising during the morning have many benefits; it helps you control your weight, improve your mental health and mood, makes you feel happier, increases energy levels and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.