The most common eye problems reported by children and working people during the pandemic include eye fatigue, dry and irritated eyes, fuzzy vision, and nearsightedness.
Regular walks have the capacity to control the blood pressure and cholestrol levels, apart from keeping chronic diseases at bay.
Sitting for long periods can lead to weakening and wasting away of the large leg and gluteal muscles.
A team of researchers from the US, tested whether mask wearing during exercise stress testing (EST) to peak exhaustion provokes clinically indicated safety concerns.
With no access to gyms and parks, people have gained many kilos sitting home or working from home during the pandemic-induced lockdown.
Healthy lifestyle habits such as consuming nutritious food, good sleep, sufficient hydration, and exercise are critical in enabling the immune system to function at its best.
Kids nowadays spend a lot of time taking online classes and hence expose themselves to uncalled problems like strain, headache, and health issues.
Breathing exercises are a great way to develop the lungs as they improve lung muscles, clear out any secretion and increase their capacity.
The results of the study showed that inactivity is strongly associated with poor COVID-19 outcomes and suggested a 30 minute-walk, five days a week to prevent it.
The study indicated that aerobic exercise lessened several hemodialysis-related symptoms, including restless leg syndrome, symptoms of depression and so on.