How to combat mental health during trying times
May 31, 2020
During this unfortunate pandemic, many people—including students—are experiencing new, somber feelings in response to this year’s trajectory. To cope with this universal glumness, we should explore healthy living options and mindsets to minimize these feelings.
Under quarantine, physical health has definitely declined as a result of prolonged periods of laziness or excessive nights of eating and not sleeping. I have tried to combat those unhealthy behaviors with daily breathing and body exercises to improve my blood circulation. Increasing blood flow in your brain by eating various vegetables and doing more exercise can increase brain endorphins and make you feel better overall. I have done that for the past week, and it has done wonders for my mental health and spirit.
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Overall, health should come first- not the next episode of whatever shows you’re binging at three o’clock in the morning. By introducing new ways of healthy prosperity in life, the better this quarantine may seem to be, and the more you’ll feel like you’re doing your part.