Thanks to isolation this is the longest spring on record... mid-March feels like at least 6 years ago. Let’s agree, isolation has been impacting our health.
Life in isolation means more time inside. We’re spending more time cooking, cleaning, and if we’re lucky we’re hanging out with our immediate families. It also means a lot more time on video calls.
The downside is we’re moving a lot less. Gyms are closed, sports are on hold and our normal routines are turned upside down. The result? Less exercise and movement means lower overall health.