MOOD SWINGS: How to deal with it?

We are all going through extreme mood swings and are finding it tough to manage our fitness. So I will share on how to deal with it!!

Many people are suffering from poor health condition nowadays because of lack of physical activity during the lock-down. You may develop a medical condition if you switch from extreme happiness to an extreme depression state of mind on a regular basis. (Health condition: depression can be normal and is only an indicator of underlying diseases when feelings become excessive all consuming and interfere with daily living).

Since the WHO declared the COVID 19 outbreak a global pandemic, many of us even those who have not been infected by the virus have chosen to quarantine ourselves in our homes. Though staying home is fun and gives us close time and bonding with our family, yet we are used to a routine of outings and socialization.The vent out is essential, and the lack of it has affected many people. And as a result people are suffering from the many symptoms like, mood swings, restless sleep,early awakening. This may be called a psychological stress.

Someone with depression will have mood swings with extremely high and low outburst. Sometime they feel OK, sometimes they feel worst and sometime they feel cheerful.

So, one must learn to deal with it and address it the proper way. With this newfound time, why not to do something constructive about it. You can distract yourself with some positive vibes, you can take a long walk or running everyday. You can also connect with FaceTime or video chatting with your friends and close ones. Having something special during this time will help you look forward to each new day.

Lack of physical activity

Lack of physical activity or exercise may also effect the fitness. I suggest 30-60 minutes of aerobic exercise 3-4 time per week to promote cardiovascular fitness.


During the study of personal training experience I found that if you are not physically active you may increase your health risk in many ways, coronary
heart disease, high blood pressure, breathlessness, flabby body , little energy, stiff joints, poor posture, osteoporosis, overweight.


Being a fitness geek is really a hard job to motivate others to get a fit body, but I decided to share my experience to help the whole world get fit!!

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