The current pandemic affecting the world has seen major changes in human activity. In many countries businesses have had to shut down to help prevent the spread of the virus. It has meant that many employees have furloughed, many have had hours cut down drastically while million shave lost their jobs. After several weeks of battling the disease, there seems to be some light at the now appearing at the end of the tunnel.
In different areas, lockdown restrictions are beginning to ease. It means that if you’re currently working from home, you have to prepare for the possibility of getting back to your regular schedule. The problem is that your body clock might not yet be ready to do so. If you haven’t disciplined yourself to maintain regular hours, you may need to readjust your body clock before returning to your regular work environment.
Reduce your screen time
Since you have more free time in your hands, you may have decided to watch more episodes of your favorite TV series or catch up on some movies. You have probably spent significantly more time using your smartphones. This will stop when you have to get back to work. Therefore, it’s time for you to reduce your screen time gradually. If you’re spending four or five hours at night binging on TV shows, you have to cut it. You have to get back to your regular sleeping pattern eventually. It will be easier for you to adjust if you get started now.
According to data on www.lifeenergysolutions.com EMF energy emitted by devices such as Smartphones is detrimental to health. Increased time using your gadgets during lockdown will not help. It doesn’t matter if you spent an hour or five hours; exposure to radiation could adversely impact your health. Therefore, it helps if you keep using the protective device.
Remove afternoon naps
Since you have nothing on your schedule, you can sleep anytime you want. If your eyes start to hurt because of watching too much TV, don’t sleep but rather go out and get some fresh air instead. The problem when you have afternoon naps is that you will have a hard time going to sleep at night. If you have fallen in to the habit of sleeping in the afternoon, you should break that habit – NOW!
Do not over eat
Another problem of being at home all the time is that you may have started eating more than you would normally. This is understandable – food is comfort and, since you have little else to do, eating fills the void.
The problem is that if you eat late, you also have to sleep late. You might even have increased your caffeine intake. If so, that will not be good for your sleep patterns. Make sure that you start becoming more conscious of what you eat and drink, as well as when you eat and drink so that it won’t affect your sleep hours.
If you have slackened off and fallen in to bad habits, you will have to revert back to your previous ordered lifestyle at some point. However, you have to understand that you still need to earn money. Going back to work is a good thing. It will feel great to be productive again.