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Fuel your body by eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and drinking plenty of water.
Aim to get seven to eight hours of sleep each night.
Exercise every day.
Take deep breaths and stretch often.
Avoid risky or destructive behaviors, such as abusing alcohol or drugs, excessive gambling or ignoring public health recommendations.
Spend time outside, such as going for a walk in the park, but follow social distancing guidelines.
Set and maintain a routine at home.
Focus on things you can control.
Use technology to maintain social connections with your loved ones. Consider a regular check-in schedule to give you something to look forward to.
Focus your thoughts on the present and things to be grateful for today.
Listen to music or read books.
Consume reliable news sources that report facts, and avoid media that sensationalizes emotions. Limit your exposure or take a break from news and social media if you find that it makes you anxious.
Lean on your personal beliefs and faith for support.
Look for ways to help your community, such as blood donations, checking on older people in your neighborhood, or donating supplies or money to local organizations.
Acknowledge and appreciate what others are doing to help you and your community.
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