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How to stay well and calm during COVID-19? Eric J Dalius shares vital wellness guidelines

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Eric J Dalius COVID-19 has had a debilitating impact on the world. There have been mass contaminations and deaths globally, and the count is increasing. Even though the medical fraternity is researching and initiating clinical trials to develop a vaccine and cure, there is no certainty of any remedy. Additionally, several scientists are claiming that COVID-19 currently has become air-borne, and it is changing its mutation. It also raises the question of whether the vaccine or treatment that scientists are working on will eradicate the virus.

Such speculations are making rounds since May 2020. And this has created pressure on the minds of people. Mental fatigue and anxiety are common for people who are locked down at home or partially venture out for work or other crucial purposes. People must release their worries and tension before it takes a toll on their health.

Wellness guidelines by Eric J Dalius

Staying well physically and mentally has become imperative today. Eric J Dalius, an entrepreneur and philanthropist say that people should make small additions or changes in their routine to keep their bodies and mind healthy and balanced. Some of the useful guidelines that he shares are:

  1.  High on immunity

If you check the COVID-19 contamination details, you will know that patients with low immunity are becoming the apparent targets. Hence, it is necessary to make sure that you raise your immunity power. Stress and tension reduce immunity power because of hormonal imbalance in the body.

So, the first thing that everyone should do is level down their stress. And one of the best ways to do that is opting in for food and fluids that contribute to a sound immune system. Eric Dalius says that it’s best to increase the intake of natural food and herbs. It includes leafy greens, fruits, and herbs like thyme, rosemary, parsley, and basil. You can make herbal concoctions or add the herbs to your food to strengthen the immune system. 

Another way to boost the immune system is through daily exercise. Brisk walking on the roof-top or your garden helps to release cortisol, which is a stress hormone. If you are afraid to go outside, you can stay indoors and exercise as well. Bring out the yoga mat and say yes to the yogic postures or Pilates. Daily 30 minutes of exercise can boost the immune system and provide you the strength to fight any bacteria and virus.

2. No negativity

Any act or thought that creates ripples of fear and anxiety qualifies as a negative thought. You need to stay away from negativity during the pandemic phase. Some people continuously swap channels trying to come across positive news about the COVID-19 cure. All they want is to hear from the news sources is that the pandemic curve is flattening down. And when that does not happen, they get into a downward spiral of negative thinking. Also, the scary news updates of contamination and deaths add to the mass fear and nervousness.

Do you want to steer clear from negativity? If yes, you should refrain from watching the daily news updates about virus contamination and failed treatments. Instead, you can watch the successful cases of recovery taking place worldwide. You can also research the new safety and cleanliness protocols so that you are safe inside and outside your house. You should not consider any text or forward message about COVID-19 to be true without researching the facts.

Another way to do away with negativity is to count on positivity. It means you should repeat positive affirmations in the morning. According to EjDalius, easy statements like “I am safe,” “I am healthy,” “My family is safe,” and the like helps to release negative thoughts. Do you want to make positive affirmations into a habit? If yes, you can take up a morning affirmation practice challenge for 21 days, and most likely, it will become a habit. You can download affirmations from books, online, or write your positive affirmations as well.

3. Journal everyday

Now that we are at home getting back to childhood habits can help us stay stress-free. You must have seen your children writing a diary. Get inspired by your little one and start writing a journal. Writing helps to channelize your thoughts and emotions and make you accept what you are experiencing. Also, when you write, you are much calmer than when you speak. Take the time daily to confide in your journal and watch yourself becoming stress-free gradually. You can even say a prayer before you sit to write a diary. It will help you to stay away from distractions and write with a focused mind.

4. Guided meditation

Usually, meditation with breath work helps to release toxins and negative energy. But if you get distracted easily, you should say yes to guided meditations. You can download guided meditations from online apps and Google as well. You have to follow the guidelines and meditate accordingly. Usually, free mediation clips range between five and fifteen minutes. If you are not into the habit, you can try out short meditation recordings to calm and center yourself. Do it once in the morning and night for best results.

5. Creative activities

Creative work helps to release anxiety and tension. Make the most of this time to search for your creative calling and do activities that you enjoy. For instance, you might want to make dreamcatchers or glass paintings. If you are unsure which hobby to pursue, you can read about easy creative activities and try a few. Anything that you like to do repeatedly can be your hobby. You might love to make candles. Use the resources available at your house to make candles and decorate it on your study table or living room.

Staying mentally and physically well is challenging during such testing times. But where there is a will, there are many ways. For starters, you can opt-in for the practices mentioned above to seek wellness, comfort, and peace during this time.