Without the drive to survive—and a strong mindset—no piece of gear will save you. The most important tool to bring along is mental toughness.
Are you getting enough Vitamin D? It’s an essential vitamin for optimal health that we typically don’t get from the diet but rather from exposure to sunlight. It might be difficult right now, given that many people find themselves confined to their homes during social isolation measures. However, some studies show it may be even more important than ever during this time keep our immune system strong.
Brace yourself, because the truth is gross, but here goes: Your electronic devices are a huge magnet for dust, grime, grease and harmful bacteria. In fact, studies have shown that the average smartphone has seven times more bacteria than a toilet seat! Here’s our guide to safeguarding your health and sanitizing your electronics.
When it comes to gut health, it’s important to keep our gut bacteria in balance. Often due to a lack of good bacteria or an overgrowth of bad bacteria, you might start to notice uncomfortable and unwanted side effects. That’s where probiotics and prebiotics come in. What are they? Can probiotics and prebiotics keep gut health in tip-top shape?
Social distancing can be quite stressful for some people…no going out to eat with your friends, no trips to the gym, and not even being able to see your family. This can very quickly feel like you’ve lost control of your everyday life, which can be uncomfortable to say the least. Even though many of aspects of our lives have changed, here are 6 simple ways we can all still take control during Coronavirus.