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Coping with Freedom Day

July 19th Saw restrictions being withdrawn from England. The pat 18 months all of our lives have completely changed, to varying degrees. While many celebrate #freedomday many are very anxious, concerned and in fear.

The most important thing is to #respect an individuals personal choice even when it is different from yours. Everyone has their own idea what keeping safe looks like. While many will embrace the exclusion of social distancing and face masks and feel #LIBERATED many will be fearful for their health.

Research for yourself about how viruses are transmitted, about the eficacy of face masks for the wearer and those around and how effective or not they are.

My biggest tip is to limit the amount of media you expose yourself to, There is always an agenda and propaganda is big business to manipulate and get people to comply and it is the perfect ground to get fear into you.

  1. Acknowledge that things are changing. Sometimes we get so caught up in fighting change that we put off actually dealing with it. ...

  2. Realize that even good change can cause stress.

  3. Write down what you are ready for. Small steps

  4. Try to eat as healthily as possible. When change happens, a lot of us tend to reach for carbs—bread, muffins, cake, etc. A lot of people are not keeping their immune systems healthy due to bad diets, alcohol and smoking and then expecting people to wear masks to keep them healthy. Our biggest responsibilty is to invest in our own health.

  5. Exercise. Keeping up regular exercise. It is good for your mental health, good for your body and good for your immune system. . If exercise is not currently part of your routine, try adding it. .

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