Life Back To Normality- Will It Truly Be Normal?

I’m sure you have all heard, Boris Johnson is due to announce the 12th of July to discuss whether England will be returning back to normal from the 19th of July.

Now, hearing that our lives may be going back to normal fills us with both joy and dread. Whilst we can’t wait for the days where we can visit all of our families, have parties, and not need to wear masks, we don’t think this will feel normal.

There is going to be a huge increase in the number of anxiety sufferers. After a year of being kept away from society, fearing that interacting with anyone outside your bubble will cause you to spread the dreaded coronavirus. People will likely worry, being nervous about life going back to normal.

I’m sure we have all enjoyed our own personal space whilst out and about, so why not continue with this. Why not continue mask-wearing in stores to stop the spread of other germs.

All About Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a prohormone that your body produces as a response to sun exposure. Vitamin D deficiency is highly common during the cooler months where people are not getting as much sun exposure.

Today, I want to discuss with you the benefits of Vitamin D, and how you can continue adding this to your diet.

The Benefits of Vitamin D
A good intake of Vitamin D comes with a wide range of benefits.

Healthy Bones
One of the many benefits that come alongside Vitamin D is the fact you should have healthier bones. Vitamin D plays a huge part in regulating the calcium to your bones, which is one of many things needed for strong bones. It helps your bones to absorb the calcium more easily, therefore helping to keep your bones healthy and strong.

Reduced Risk of Flu
Having a good intake of Vitamin D also helps to reduce your risk of catching the Flu. Research found that Vitamin D had a protective effect on your body when the flu was caught. Meaning your body was more able to fight off this virus.

Healthy Pregnancy
Having a good vitamin D intake is vital for a healthy pregnancy. A lot of pregnant mums will find that they are placed on Vitamin D supplements if they have low Vitamin D levels. Low levels of Vitamin D in pregnancy can lead to preeclampsia or birthing your baby preterm. To avoid this you should have the correct levels of vitamin D.

How To Add Vitamin D To Your Diet

One of the easiest ways to add vitamin D to your diet is by taking a Vitamin D supplement. This is a super easy and efficient way to ensure you are gaining an extra boost of vitamin D every day.

You should also consider eating more foods that have high vitamin D levels. These foods include fatty fish such as tuna or mackerel, cheese, egg yolk, and fortified milk, cereals or juices.

Body Image – Why Not To Stress

Our body image is one aspect of ourselves which nobody ever seems to be happy with. With some people wanting to gain weight, others wanting to lose weight and some wanting to gain more muscle. If you are one of these people, it is important that you do not stress. Changing your body image takes a lot of time, dedication and effort. Stressing about these changes will only make the process longer, which will not help your mental health. What you should do is relax and take every day as it comes. If there is a day where you consume more calories than you should be, try not to stress, just level out the amount you eat the rest of the week to compliment the day over. The same for completing exercises, it is important to limit yourself. Start with completing exercises a couple of times a week, then progress to more. These will all make gaining your perfect body image more stress-free.

LockDown 2 – The Impact On Our Mental State

We have all made it through the first nationwide lockdown. However, this second nationwide lockdown is going to be much more challenging. Especially for those of us who suffer from mental health issues. In this article, we are going to discuss what impact this could have on our mental state and how we can prevent this.

Lockdown 2 is going to have a massive impact on our mental state. Anxiety and depression rates are going to rise across the nation. It is going to be tougher due to us essentially being able to go back to normal. Yet we have now stuck inside again. This time will be worse, the days are darker, with not as much vitamin D entering our bodies, making us all a bit more down in the dumps. The main way which we can prevent this is, no matter what the weather, get outside. Go outside for your daily exercise. The fresh air will do everybody some good.

Why Is Physical Fitness Important?

We all know that it is important to keep ourselves physically and mentally fit. But why is it so important that we keep ourselves physically fit?

The main reason why it is important to keep ourselves physically fit is because it helps to improve our health. It is known that people who exercise regularly are less likely to suffer from many health problems. Some of these include diabetes, heart conditions and even reduce your risks of some cancers.

Keeping yourself physically fit can also be important if you already suffer from health conditions. For example, Cystic Fibrosis. You have to have an unhealthier diet due to your condition. Meaning physical exercise is even more important to keep yourself healthy and not overweight.

Finally, it can help you to save money. For example if it is possible for you to work or cycle to work. This will be much cheaper than driving or taking public transport. Allowing you to save money.

Importance Of Children First Aid

I’m sure as we are all growing older we are becoming more aware of how to care for ourselves and other adults. We all have a rough idea of what to do in an emergency when it involves an adult. However, this all changes when a child is involved. Especially younger children, babies and toddlers. It is extremely important to learn the difference in these first aid procedures. This is because conducting adult procedures on a child could harm them. This could cause them life changing injuries. There are certain aspects which you can do the same. However, I would highly recommend conducting some research. Especially if you have your own children or are wanting to work with children. Knowing these skills can help you to save a young child’s life. Some aspects which change depending on age is when someone is choking. You need to know what is safe to conduct on children.

Staying On Top Of Your Mental Health

When we think about health, we always think about the fitness side. We must remember to keep on top of our mental health as well. In this article, we are going to look into some ways to keep on top of your mental health.

One of the best ways to keep on top of your mental health is by having some me time. This is important for anyone of any age. Take some time out of your day to do something you enjoy or that will relax you. Whether this is having a bath or cooking, it can really be anything.

Another way to keep on top of your mental health is by doing yoga. Yoga really helps to relax your brain and take away the stress. This should help you to stay calm and fully understand your mind.

Finally, talking. One of the most difficult yet most rewarding. Talking to others will help ease any worries.