Tips to keep your brain healthy during COVID-19 pandemic

by Jitender Kumar SEO Consultant

With the lockdown and the rapidly increasing number of Corona cases, most of us are experiencing a heady cocktail of confusion, moments of respite and anxiety. The COVID-19 pandemic has put everything at a halt and has forced everyone to stay at home, which is leaving a serious impact on our mental health.

Without a set routine and schedule, people have now started to feel 'lost'. Furthermore, social distancing orders are making people feel lonely, affecting our brain health more. Neurosurgery experts in India now suggest people focus on their brain health. Here are some tips for you to keep your brain healthy during COVID-19 pandemic:

Keep your mind active

Along with physical activity, you also need to keep your mind active. Look for some mentally stimulating activities like card games, crossword puzzles and playing a musical instrument to keep your brain in shape. You can also start practising meditation and deep breathing.

Follow a healthy lifestyle

If you have to follow social distancing and stay at home, you must follow a healthy lifestyle. From your diet to sleep and exercise, you should be extra careful about everything. Remember, a healthy mind lives in a healthy body. So, to keep your brain healthy, you need to focus on your overall health also.

Target stress

Stress is very toxic to brain cells as it kills them and shrinks the prefrontal cortex and the hippocampus (areas of the brain responsible for memory and learning). As per a report, anxiety can develop dementia in later life. Ensure that you target the stress and practice mindfulness techniques like meditation or yoga.

If you feel alone, you can connect with your loved ones through video calls. Thankfully, in today’s technologically advanced world, we don’t feel alone as we can talk to friends and family members face-to-face on video calls.

It is normal to feel sad, stressed and scared during this crisis. But what's more important is how you cope up with this situation. Use these tips and keep your mind healthy.

If you still feel some brain health issues and want to visit an expert, you can book an appointment with Dr Mukesh Pandey, a well-known brain and spine care specialist in India.

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