Has the pandemic disrupted your routine? From mealtimes to short breaks between work to workouts, we all had some sort of routine in place that kept us going. But the pandemic threw many of our routines out of whack. So how can you bring it all back on track? Read on.
The pandemic and the resultant work-from-home situation has led to blurred personal and professional boundaries. As a result, burnout -- emotional and physical exhaustion due prolonged stress -- has become more common. Shama Shah, Cluster Format Head - Therapy @ cult.fit sheds light on its signs and gives tips to deal with the same.
Work from home has surely worked out great for many of us. But has it really worked out for our backs? Dr Kapendra Mouli, Orthopaedic Specialist at Care.Fit explains the detrimental effects of working from home and ways to avoid falling prey to them.
For a lot of us, the last few months have been about taking care of our health. Working out regularly has become more important as it is no longer only about aesthetic goals, but it also pertains to overall wellbeing.
Are you overwhelmed by all the health tips you see on the internet? Confused thanks to different kinds of advice from friends and family? Don’t worry - here are some tried-and-tested tips from our trainers to get your fitness journey on track.
Right now, staying home and staying put is what we need to do. That said, working from home means we don’t have those walks to the water cooler or the conference room or even to borrow a stapler from a co-worker.