Tag Archives: lockdown

‘The brain fog is the worst symptom, like someone pulled the blinds down’ – the struggle of menopause in lockdown

It isn’t a competition – who can have the ‘worst’ Covid-crisis experience? – but a recent survey conducted by the Menopause Hub clearly shows that women who were already experiencing symptoms of menopause are finding the current crisis – and the ways in which it impacts on their physical health, psychological well-being, and availability of… Read More »

Cycling trainer shares his top tips for getting into cycling during lockdown

This summer could be the perfect time to get on your bike – losing weight, boosting your fitness and saving money. The coronavirus pandemic has prompted a 200 per cent rise in the number of people taking advantage of cycle-to-work schemes to get discounted bicycles. And Brompton, the UK’s largest bike manufacturer, has seen online… Read More »

Dealing with lockdown loneliness – from keeping active to coping without hugs

Living alone during lockdown can put a huge strain on your mental health. More than a ­quarter of Brits are feeling lonely in lockdown, according to a recent survey by UK charity, the Mental Health Foundation. And with no clear end to the pandemic in sight, keeping our spirits up feels like a full-time job.… Read More »

How to Make Your Relationship Work amid COVID-19 Lockdown? From Date Nights to Romantic Fun Activities Here’s What You Can Do

Love and Relationship (Photo Credits: Pixabay) While everyone did make memes around how divorce cases saw a splendid boom in China amid the COVID-19 lockdown, it cannot be ignored that spending so much time with each other can harness a relationship. The pandemic has cost us our social lives too, which are one of the… Read More »