Hello my name is Emre and I will be telling you everything about corona


Isolation is an important part of the corona, and people are required to isolate in order for corona to stop spreading around, and isolation can be very boring and you wanna see your friends but you have to stay home for the corona virus to stop spreading, and if your bored just try play games or talk with the family etc.

How to stay fit and active at home during self-isolation

It's easy to get some exercise in your daily routine if you are working from home or are in self-isolation.
The extensive social distancing policies put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19 mean most people will have to spend much, if not all, their time at home.

Self-isolation means far fewer opportunities to be physically active if you are used to walking or cycling for transportation and doing leisure time sports.

But equally worryingly, the home environment also offers abundant opportunity to be sedentary (sitting or reclining).

While self-isolation measures are necessary, our bodies and minds still need exercise to function well, prevent weight gain and keep the spirits up during these challenging times.

Exercise can help keep our immune system become strong, less susceptible to infections and their most severe consequences, and better able to recover from them.

Even before the restrictive conditions were announced, physical inactivity cost 5.3 million lives a year globally.

Some of isolation workouts

10 Best Muscle-Building Isolation Exercises
Nordic Hamstring Curl. Target: Hamstrings. ...
Standing Barbell Curl. Target: Biceps. ...
Leg Extension. Target: Quads. ...
Cable Push-Down. Target: Triceps (especially lateral and medial heads) ...
Standing Dumbbell Lateral Raise. Target: Middle delts. ...
Reverse Pec-Deck Fly. Target: Rear delts. ...
Dumbbell Fly. Target: Pecs. ...
Pec-Deck Fly. Target: Pecs.


Food alone cannot "boost" your immune system. Maintaining a healthy body and mind is important to keep your body functioning at its best. A healthy diet, regular exercise, managing stress, and getting plenty of sleep, are all important ways to keep your immune system strong.

During the COVID-19 pandemic the basics of healthy eating still apply. Limited access to fresh food might make it difficult to continue eating the variety of healthy food that you may be used to. You should also be trying to limit your trips to the supermarket. Here are some things to keep in mind during these difficult times.

Try to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables to get the nutrition you need. If you can't get fresh, frozen vegetables and tinned fruit and vegetables (fruit should be tinned in juice) are great options.
Choose foods high in fibre – fruits, vegetables, wholegrains (brown rice, oats, wholemeal products), legumes and beans. Fibre helps keep you feel fuller for longer, can help with blood sugars and cholesterol, and helps to support gut health.
Use up fresh ingredients with a shorter shelf life first – prioritise fruits, vegetables and dairy/meat products. Keep your canned and packaged food for when you need it. If you can't use it, try freezing it.
Limit unhealthy snacks and drinks – these are often high in sugar, unhealthy fats, salt, and kilojoules. This leaves less space for the healthy foods you need to boost your mood, energy levels, digestion, and sleep. Take a look at our weekly menu planner for healthy snack ideas.
Stay hydrated – drinking plenty of water is essential for your body to function normally. It's also kind to your teeth and waistline.
Be mindful of your
alcohol consumption
, especially during this time of change
If you're getting takeaway or delivery, take the time to make informed choices by checking portion size, cooking methods and choosing healthier sides.
Be mindful of tinned food high in salt. Too much sodium (the main ingredient in salt) can lead to high blood pressure and

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