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How COVID-19 Reshaped The Way We Look After Ourselves

A return to life, as we know it, seems like eons ago. Even when the restrictions of the lockdown will be lifted, the unprecedented pandemic has altered not just the way we go about our lives but it has forced an urgent shift of focus on the way we think about our health. The ‘new normal’ is taking shape, and it presents a reality in which mindful self-care is necessary, and is in fact a form of self-defence against vulnerable times.

These past few months have brought health to the centre stage, and people from across the globe are adapting to a new lifestyle to adequately nourish and take care of their well-being. So, let’s take a closer look at how these times have shaped thought processes that concern our health and fitness

Healthier Eating

The pull towards healthier eating has been taking shape for a while now, but the pandemic has further fuelled the need of clean and wholesome eating habits. The food we consume on a daily basis has an undeniable impact on our well-being and resistance to fight various infectious diseases that threaten us. Moreover, people invariably have now shifted to cooking their own food with recipes they must have 

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Finding Ways To Strengthen Our Immunity

With information about rising cases inundated every social media outlet, has forced us to think of how we can protect ourselves from within. After all we must be aware that a strong immunity is one of our strongest weapons. On the internet, people actively seeked out solutions and search volumes for ‘how to boost immunity’ became the most searched sentence during April 2020 in India, and continues to be a concern on several minds, and rightly so. Health should be the top priority for each one of us. The demand for products like Fast&Up Charge grew tremendously as a reliable choice for daily immunity-boosting during the last few months. 

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Adapting Workouts In A Changing Environment

The indisputable link between regular exercise and our holistic health has time and time again been validated. However, with the advent of the coronavirus crisis people were temporarily restricted to put a stop to their usual forms of exercise. But not for long, as scores of people took to achieving an optimum workout in the confines of their own home. Often using household appliances such as laundry baskets, water bottles and more to substitute as weights! Meanwhile, physical activities like running and cycling which can be performed while adhering to social distancing etiquette, have seen a boost in participation. This goes to show the positive change in prioritizing fitness and the importance of the bodily benefits it encourages, especially when we need it the most.

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It is inspiring to witness people across the country, taking their well-being into their own hands, as far as possible. Self-care comes in many forms but nourishing your body with exercise and healthy eating habits can be the first step to transforming into a healthier you. Whether it is the nutritional support you seek or the exercises you execute, the way we think about our own health has been reshaped. Indeed, it is a change worth seeking after.

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Please note that due to the current situation of Covid-19, cities under lockdown may face a delay in the dispatches.
Please note that due to the current situation of Covid-19, cities under lockdown may face a delay in the dispatches.