Since our standard engineers will go out the window and the thought of staying in your pajamas all day becomes a bit more tempting, it's more important than ever to stay healthy during the closure.
This may require a little thinking outside the box, but you should definitely try to maintain the four pillars of life.
Grocery stores have become as valuable as gold dust in many places, and the rest of the trip to the store sounds like you're walking in a petri dish, so it can be hard to reach for fresh fruits and vegetables, disrupting most of our healthy-eating habits.
The good news, however, is that we can still accomplish our five days a day by eating frozen or dried fruits and vegetables.
According to the NHS,
80 grams (21 8es) of fresh,dried or frozen fruit as part of a five-day cycle as do 30g (1.06oz) of dried fruit.
If you like your fruits and vegetables in liquid form, 150ml (5.07 idies) of fruit juice or fruit smoothie or 80g of beans and pulses is also one for you each day. The juice and smoothies can look towards that one, however, no matter how many glasses of water or cans of beans you have.
For example, if you drink two glasses of fruit juice and a smoothie a day, it counts in one, not three, parts. This is because when fruits are mixed or made into juice, they extract their sugar and therefore it is not considered healthy to have more than one small glass a day and drink so much of warm water.
It is important to consider the sugar values in this diet, so try to choose fruits that are blended in either natural sugar or water rather than syrup.
In addition, some fruit juices contain a lot of sugar, so look for a healthy diet label or, rather choose vegetable jars where possible.
Another common complaint from people in Lockdown is that by being home all day, it's easy to find yourself constantly scrubbing.
For others, constipation keeps their hunger levels low and prevents them from eating during meals. But for many, it's just a habit of being disappointed and having fun.
I would recommend setting up meal times, as you wouldn't have if you were at work, to make sure you were eating healthy, regular meals.
I would also recommend that you eat "mentally". Terrifying food under your mouth in front of your TV, without taking the time to recognize and appreciate each mouth is not good.
Studies show that mental eating can improve digestion, regulate appetite, and most importantly pleasure.
It's not wrong to eat food when you're hungry, but try to prepare healthy snacks that are readily available. This should include high protein, healthy foods and snacks like nuts, guacamole, edamame and crudites that will help keep your blood sugar levels stable and keep you full for longer.
It's tempting to sleep late if you don't get up early for work, but maintaining a routine is essential to strengthening your built-in body clock (circadian rhythm) and providing good sleep quality.
I would recommend that you continue to sleep when you usually keep your alarm awake so you wake up at the same time every morning.
You have to be a habitual creature, repeating the same process of sleeping every night to help control your circadian rhythm and giving your brain the signal you need to know when it's time to go to bed and go to bed.
The evidence supports the need for adults to sleep seven to eight hours each night and we know that people who sleep a few hours longer are at higher risk for major health problems such as heart disease, diabetes and stroke.
Along with these physical problems, a bad night's sleep can play with you spiritually, making everything difficult to deal with.
When you are struggling with sleep there are many ways to improve your sleep through "sleep hygiene" methods.
This may include avoiding white light before going to bed.