“There’s a lot of evidence now about how two hours a week in a green space can lift mood—and then that too has physical, mental, and emotional benefits,” explained Dr. Philippa James of Manchester.
တစ်ပတ်မှာနှစ်နာရီခန့် အစိမ်းရောင်ဧရိယာမှာ (အပင်တွေနဲ့) အချိန်ကုန်ဆုံးခြင်းက ရုပ်ပိုင်းဆိုင်ရာ၊ စိတ်ပိုင်းဆိုင်ရာ နဲ့ စိတ်ခံစားချက်တွေအတွက် အကျိုးအမြတ်တွေရရှိနိုင်တဲ့အကြောင်း သက်သေသာဓကတွေ မြောက်များစွာတွေ့ရှိနေပါပြီ လို့ Manchester မှ Dr. Philippa James က ပြောကြားခဲ့ပါတယ်။
There have already been cases in Scotland and Canada (Stating that time spent in the great outdoors has been shown to reduce blood pressure, heart rate, and the stress hormone cortisol, as well as improving measures of psychological health. Hospital patients given views of nature recover faster.) of doctors recommending that patients simply go out into nature to improve their mood and health.
Living plants make bathrooms more homey. It improves the ambience and air quality. And bathrooms can be good for plants —it is warm and humid room that provides a perfect environment for plants. Thought the bathroom environment is not perfect to the all plants. But here are photos to inspire you:
You may not be the best cook in the world but you are trying — that’s what is “important”. Since, we want you to improve and level up with your cooking skills — here are some habits you shouldn’t learn.
Food apps have made is easier for users these days. We can discover new restaurants, check promos, and try new foods. But these aren’t just the advantages — it’s convenient because it’s delivered to your doorstep right at your fingertips!
Here are five food apps to check out for your future cravings:
The good thing about this app is it provides delivery services for both food and groceries.
The very first food delivery service to residents in Yangon.
Since we cannot control the current situation, learning how to verbalize our thoughts and feelings can help us deal with our anxieties. Remember, we are not alone in experiencing these things. If you’re in need for some words of encouragement, we listed four IG accounts to follow as your source of inspiration.
1. Gemma Correll is known for her comic illustrations. Her humorous approach adds up to ease our daily worries. (Gemma Correll ကို သူမရဲ့ ကာတွန်းပုံတွေကြောင့် လူသိများပါတယ်။ သူမရဲ့ ရယ်မောစရာရုပ်ပံအချို့က နေ့စဉ်ကြုံတွေ့နေရတဲ့ ဘဝအမောတွေကို ဖြေဖျောက်ပေးနိုင်မှာပါ။ )
2. Subliming.jpg shares motivational quotes, that looks like eye-candy posts. (Subliming.jpg ကတော့ အားပေးစကားတွေကို လူတွေစိတ်ထဲစွဲနေစမယ့် ပုံစံအသစ်အဆန်းလေးတွေနဲ့ တင်ပေးနေတာပဲဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ )
3. Let’s Talk About Mental Health Topics are interpreted in striking colors that draw attention to topics often neglected. (Let’s Talk About Mental Health Topics မှာတော့ လူတွေဂရုမပြုမိတဲ့စိတ်ပိုင်းဆိုင်ရာခေါင်းစဉ်တွေကို စိတ်ဝင်စားစရာကောင်းတဲ့အရောင်တွေနဲ့ ဖော်ပြပေးထားပါတယ်။)
4. Worry Lines Find a support system in thru cute, inspiring, and wobbly drawings. (Worry Lines မှာ ချစ်စရာကောင်းပြီး ဆန်းသစ်တဲ့ ပုံလေးတွေနဲ့ အားပေးစကားလေးတွေကို ကြည့်ရှုနိုင်ပါတယ်။ )
Since you have all the time, regrowing veggies from the used scraps that are usually thrown away is a must. The process may vary depending on the type of veggies you’re growing. It’s surprisingly simple and easy to do, yet it may take months to fully form.
But here are visuals on how to grow vegetable scraps.
Have you ever experienced a moment in this coronavirus stay at home time where you did nothing, yet you still feel tired by 9pm?
Dr Sophie Bostock, a Sleep Specialist explains:
ကိုရိုနာဗိုင်းရပ်စ်ကြောင့် ဘာမှမလုပ်ဘဲ အိမ်မှာနေနေကြပေမယ့် ညကိုးနာရီရောက်ပြီဆိုတာနဲ့ ပင်ပန်းနွမ်းနယ်လာသလိုခံစားဖူးပါသလား။ အိပ်စက်ခြင်းနဲ့ပက်သက်တဲ့ ကျွမ်းကျင်ပညာရှင် Dr Sophie Bostock က အခုလိုရှင်းပြထားပါတယ်။
“It’s not surprising that lockdown is impacting how tired people are feeling. A lot of this comes down to routines being hacked, less exposure to sunlight, heightened anxiety from reading the news and increased screen time,”
“Because of all this our brains aren’t getting the same amount of stimulation that they are used to; we’re having to spend our days in the same few rooms of our houses and with the same few people, so it’s natural to feel more lethargic than normal as a result.”
Here, Dr. Sophie shares her bits of advice for re-energizing.
Establish a new routine (လုပ်ငန်းဆောင်တာအသစ်တစ်ခုဖန်တီးပါ ။)
And stick to it, too. “You’d think being able to sleep in longer and move less during lockdown would increase our energy levels in the day, but it’s quite the opposite,” notes Sophie. “It’s tempting to use the time you would be commuting to sleep-in, but messing with your circadian rhythms disrupts your body, making you more susceptible to tiredness.” Keep your screens in a separate room to where you sleep too.
Restrict your news intake (သတင်းဖတ်ရှုခြင်းကို ကန့်သတ်ပါ ။)
Naturally, people are feeling quite anxious at the moment and constantly reading the news doesn’t help. “Whilst it’s important to keep up to date with what’s going on, try and moderate how much you’re checking the news, it’ll help to maintain your emotional balance,” says Sophie. “Stress triggers hyperactivity in our brains, releasing cortisol and our bodies go into defence-mode, which saps our energy and motivation.” Taking deep breaths and reading a good book before bed can help to.
Exercise your mind and body (စိတ်နဲ့ခန္ဓာ ကို လေ့ကျင့်ပေးပါ ။)
If you started off with every intention to regularly do at-home workouts, but have found yourself glued to your laptop instead (same), here’s one other reason why it might be worth dusting off your yoga leggings after all.
“With so many of us confined to our houses, it’s easy to move from screen to screen and neglect making enough time for physical exercise,” says Sophie. “Physical activity is not only vital to boosting energy levels, as it releases endorphins, but it also promotes happiness.”
Doing some simple stretches at home will help too.
“Overcome tiredness by preparing your body for sleep and restoration with a gentle yoga workout,” adds Sophie. It’s equally as important to make sure your brain is kept stimulated too, by doing different activities each day, like reading, listening to music or learning a new skill. “The control centre of your body, a healthy and cared-for brain will help beat tiredness.”
Remember, there are no excuses that can stop you from being fit and healthy. As a proof to that we round listed 5 workouts you can try at home that require no equipment. Yes, there’s no need to spend money on a gym membership or even buy exercise equipment to stay active! If you need some motivation, just remember: the more your workout, the more you can treat yourself to your fave snacks without feeling guilty.