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Cabin Fever Relief

Cabin Fever Relief

Getting outside is a critical part of mental health, but if the great outdoors isn’t accessible to you at this time, you can still try to bring some of the outdoors inside.

Connect with nature

  • Open your windows – if you can get breeze moving through your space, it can help your space feel more spacious or help you feel less contained or confined.
  • Invest in some house plants – houseplants can help a space feel more lively and connected to the outside world. It will also give you something to tend to or care for.
  • Spa like sounds – find a playlist that includes nature sounds like ocean waves, thunderstorms, birds chirping, etc. You’ll be surprised how soothing they are, and you’ll feel less cagey.

Get Your Body Moving

Do a few beside exercises like leg stretches, arm stretches, sit ups, etc.  A 10-15 min exercise routine may be just what you need to burn that restlessness off.

Redecorate and/or rearrange your space

  • Now’s the time to get rid of that clutter. You know: the junk drawer, your unorganized closet, those items in the corner that you’ve become blind to, the pantry, etc.
  • Do your best to keep things tidy. Now is a good time to get rid of the “out of sight, out of mind” items. It will give your space a renewed look and you’ll feel a lot better once your space is brightened up by organization.

Changing your lighting

If you’re used to using the family room overhead light, try using the table lamp instead.  It will change the ambiance of your surroundings and you’ll feel the difference.

Remember, we all have to do our part to “flatten the curve.”  It’s our best defense at slowing down the exposure and spread COVID-19.  Don’t forget, this too shall pass.


Courtesy of Cachét’s Health Line…Helping to HEAL(THY) hair

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