The COVID-19 pandemic keeps many of us at home, reducing social interactions and mobility. This can negatively impact our physical and mental health. It takes time to adapt to the new reality of working from home, temporarily unemployed, studying at home, less common with friends and colleagues.
Adapting to such lifestyle changes, controlling fears of infection, and fear for loved ones, especially vulnerable people are challenges for all of us. This can be especially difficult for someone with a physical and mental health condition. Well, we have a leg-up: we have magic.
Maintain a daily routine.
Maintain your daily life as much as you can or do some new things. Wake up and go to bed at the same time every day.
- Personal hygiene.
- Eat healthy and on time.
- Exercise regularly.
- Allocate time for work and rest.
- Make time for things you enjoy.
Meditation during the epidemic season is very suitable for isolating the bacteria, to stop the spread of spreading to a large extent. Simple and straightforward, since meditation is often done alone with oneself, with one's body and mind in a quiet, peaceful place, for example in the back garden, in the mountains. ... This is useful for the body when the bacterial viral epidemic takes place, is suitable for hygiene and disinfection care, healthy eating, and suitable for the body.
If you have a problem, instead of grief or disease spreading, practice meditation. Such practice helps me to solve my problems when I stay at home to isolate myself in order to bring health to body, mind, good for the community, good for the nation. On the one hand, peace for yourself, on the other hand, to fulfill the Government's self-insulating curfew through this practice.
Take a bath and imagine the water coming out of all that negative energy from your body, from your aura, and purifying you. You can see the results by feeling refreshed, charged, and filled with much more positive and higher vibrations right after bathing. You can also use that purpose to bathe, swim in the ocean, or even just observe the water surface, how it moves (waterfall, fountain) or its stillness, and experience the same result.
However, bathing isn't really meant to wash your actual body. This personal hygiene part should be done before taking a bath or shower, and after you can refill the tub for your energy cleaning purposes. You can also add to your bath 1-2 drops of cleansing essential oils, some herbs, you can light candles and place them near the bath.
Use herbal tea
Herbal tea has the ability to collect free radicals, protect the liver, prevent bacterial and viral infections, fight fungi, and prevent some chronic non-communicable diseases. The above effects are obtained from active ingredients contained in herbs such as honeysuckle, chamomile, camomile, dried herb ...
Herbal teas have anti-bacterial, viral, and anti-fungal effects, inhibiting both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria, some fungi, and viruses, including common bacteria, fungi, and viruses. such as staphylococcus, E.coli, Candida fungus, influenza virus, Japanese encephalitis virus,... In addition, Chrysanthemum, Phalaenopsis also has anti-bacterial, anti-virus, and anti-fungal effects. These herbs have antibacterial effects by 2 different mechanisms: either have bactericidal properties or support the body's natural immune processes.