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How to Keep Your Body Healthy and Strong While Staying Home

How to Keep Your Body Healthy and Strong While Staying Home

When you find yourself working from home, it’s easy to get into a slump.

December 16th, 2020

When you find yourself working from home, it’s easy to get into a slump. Being stuck at home and unable to go out or do anything, the pressures of life can get too much… and that’s when we tend to lose motivation to care for our bodies and stay healthy.

Are you looking for ways to keep your body healthy and strong while staying home or commuting? Read this blog post to learn how to stay in shape this season.

Keep your home environment clean

Good health is not just about eating healthy food and exercising. It also includes creating a clean home environment and minimizing your exposure to any bacteria o germs that you bring into your home. In fact, dirty and poor air quality can be one of the biggest killers in the home. Stay healthy at home by making sure your space is clean and comfortable. Of course, indoor pollution exists just like outdoor pollution, but there are steps you can take to combat the chemicals and bacteria that enter our environment every single day.

Exercise with a friend at home

Just because you’re staying at home doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the benefits of working out. Plus, keeping healthy doesn’t just mean going to the gym. Why not use Skype to attend virtual workout classes from the safety of your own home? Or to have a workout session with your best friend from your own respective living rooms?

Not only will this fulfil your exercise needs for the day, but it will give you some much needed human interaction, too.

Stick to a healthy meal schedule

Feeling healthy at home is easier than you think. We’re breaking down the four steps it takes to create a healthy meal schedule that actually works.

Step 1: Start every morning with a healthy breakfast. This meal will provide you with enough energy throughout the day, especially if it contains protein.

Step 2: Make sure dinner isn’t your biggest meal of the day. If you typically end your day with a hearty dinner, try focusing on smaller meals throughout the day-especially ones that are filled with veggies or lean meat.

Step 3: Create three square meals a day. Aim to eat a snack midmorning and midafternoon. This will keep your blood sugar steady and prevent overeating at meals.

Step 4: Limit late-night eating.

Invest in proper healthcare

It is important that especially this year, you make an effort to invest in proper healthcare. We’re not talking about a new gym membership or a diet plan. We’re talking about the most important parts of your physical health. Make sure you have access to healthcare readily whenever you need it by investing in private health insurance. This will help you stay on top of your health now and in the future.

Get enough sleep to stay healthy

Staying healthy is a full-time job. But, not getting enough shut-eye could be one of the biggest reasons you aren’t achieving that happy, healthy lifestyle. As we all know, sleep is important for your health. Sleep provides you with energy for daily life, helps you heal your body and boosts your immune system.

You need an average of 7 to 9 hours of sleep a night. While healthy eating and exercise go a long way towards preventing disease, one of the most important things you can do for your health is to get enough quality sleep every single night.

It is vital to keep ourselves healthy. After all, the importance of good physical and mental healthcan never be underestimated. The article above gave easy to follow steps that can be practised every day and make us healthier in no time!



Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.