Corona's havoc is increasing again, only these 5 changes in lifestyle can save you from infection
The cases of COVID-19 are again increasing rapidly. People are once again being advised to wear masks in public places. So let's find out what you can do to avoid COVID-19
COVID-19: The havoc of Corona virus started in the year 2020, from which no country in the world could escape. Due to the Kovid-19 virus, even today people are struggling with health problems. Till now many people have lost their lives due to this deadly virus. Since 2020 till now many variants of Covid have come and infected people.
Now once again many cases of Covid-19 are spreading rapidly in the country. After which people are being advised to wear masks in public places. In this difficult time, we all should focus on taking care of ourselves. Small changes in lifestyle can save you from Covid-19 infection.
Lifestyle Tips to Survive COVID-19 :-
It is most important to maintain cleanliness, so that you can avoid becoming a victim of corona virus. Don't forget to wash your hands with soap several times a day. Sanitize if you are out of the house. Especially when you touch any surface outside the house.
Eat healthy food
Eating healthy is probably the best thing you can do for your body. If you eat healthy food, then its nutrients and vitamins will strengthen your immunity, so that your body will be ready to fight the virus.
Have a good sleep
Our body needs rest for recovery, to repair cells, flush out toxins, store our memories and important information. This will happen only when you get 6 to 9 hours of sleep. This will not only keep your body healthy, but also relax your mind.
Do exercise daily. This reduces stress, anxiety and improves your sleep. This also maintains health.
Must wear a mask
Last but not the least, wear a mask. Especially when you are going out of the house or meeting someone. If you do not take precautions now, then the cases of COVID will increase rapidly.
Disclaimer: The advice and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.