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Can you practice some self-care?
Perhaps you can spend some time thinking about where you want to be once lockdown eases in a couple of months.
Can you take advantage of the improvement in weather to get outside more and work on your fitness level?
If you have suffered a recent dip in your enthusiasm towards maintaining a healthy diet and activity rate you are not alone. It’s been a long cold winter, coupled with significant lockdown fatigue leaving many struggling to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Luckily spring is nearly here and hopefully an improvement in weather along with the fantastic vaccine roll out will allow us some well-deserved freedom in early summer.
Let’s make sure we are in the best health possible when lockdown eases by taking responsibility for our own health now.
Obesity attributed deaths in the UK far outstrip those of even this pandemic and perhaps the greatest gratitude we can show our under fire NHS is to reduce our individual risk of developing long-term health conditions by practising some self-care.
You can watch useful videos that can support your self-care on www.lornhealthyoptions.co.uk/free-resources
To see the health tip in full head over to lornhealthyoptions.co.uk/free-message-from-Mull.
Rob Graham, Lead Exercise Professional at Healthy Options.