Good Health Equals a Good Life: Staying Healthy in a Post Pandemic World

First Posted: Jun 15, 2021 12:00 PM EDT
Good Health Equals a Good Life: Staying Healthy in a Post Pandemic World

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COVID-19 changed the way we lived and conducted our affairs across the entire world. Now, as of 2021, with restrictions being lifted in some areas around the globe and vaccinations being administered at a faster rate, people are starting to re-emerge into the world.

What hasn't changed, however, is the fact that we all must now live with the virus among us, and this has caused many people across the world to re-evaluate their health and how they take precautions.

Being healthy means that you're able to perform everyday tasks with little difficulty, and that you're able to enjoy your life to the fullest. Below are just a few ways in which you can use caution in a post-pandemic world and ensure that you stay healthy.


It's a known fact that regular exercise releases those feel-good chemicals within the body that are essential for optimal health. Exercising releases endorphins and they are a mood regulator. Essentially, after you exercise you naturally feel better.

In addition to feeling better, you also increase muscle strength and elasticity. But the most important thing to remember is that exercising regularly also has a boosting effect on the immune system. 

You don't have to go to the CrossFit extreme to get in shape either. Simply spending 15 minutes a day with moderate exercise is enough in most cases to get the blood circulating and releasing those feel-good chemicals your body craves. 

With an immune system that is functioning at a high level of performance, you're better able to fight off illnesses, and you'll heal faster too if injured. 

Be Aware of Common Products 

Most of us are unaware that many of our common household products can be harmful to our health. Many of these products might be sitting under your kitchen sink or out in the garage. 

If you expose yourself to dangerous chemicals on a regular basis, you could find yourself sick and even end up in the hospital. 

For example, many chemicals that we use are known to cause irritation after too much exposure, while others are thought to cause certain types of cancers over time. In fact, the popular weed killer, Roundup, is the reason for some to consider filing lawsuits after using the product and developing cancer.

Ensuring that you know about the potential danger that some of our common products can cause will enable you to steer clear of exposure, and keep you healthy. 


A proper diet is essential for maintaining good health. Many Americans don't take their diet seriously, and as a result, have developed poor eating habits.

A lot of this is due to the speed at which our culture here in the west operates. We're a fast-paced culture here in America, and we lead fast-paced, busy lives. 

Often, many people feel that they simply don't have the time to cook for themselves and find themselves spending money on fast food or take-out that is extremely high in saturated fat, sodium, and many other ingredients that (over time) will take their toll on the body.

Speaking to a dietician or to your personal doctor can give you better awareness as to how you can shape your diet with healthier options. 

Instead of fast food, consider cooking for yourself and limiting the number of fried foods, foods high in sugar or salt, and other unhealthier options. Just as exercise is vital to maintaining good health, a proper diet is the foundation for health and will keep you out of the emergency room. 

If you don't have good health, you don't have the quality of life that you probably desire. And, if we've all learned one thing from the COVID-19 pandemic, dealing with extensive hospital stays is not only expensive, it removes you from living your life altogether.

Exercising and implementing good eating and health awareness are your best options for keeping your immune system operating at its full capacity, and ensuring your health for years to come.

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