Americans Are Stuck In Unhealthy Pandemic Habits Heres How To Reboot

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1 hours ago Americans are stuck in unhealthy pandemic habits. Here’s how to reboot By March 10, 2022 The early days of lockdown restrictions had a profound effect on people’s daily lives. Alcohol sales skyrocketed, physical activity dropped off sharply, and “comfort eating” led to weight gain, too. So, what’s happened since March of 2020?

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9 hours ago After two years of pandemic life, people have learned to cope in ways that have become stubborn, unhealthy habits. But there are positive steps we can take to reset a healthy lifestyle.

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9 hours ago Americans are stuck in unhealthy pandemic habits. Here's how to reboot By Allison Aubrey Published March 10, 2022 at 2:00 PM PST Michael Driver for NPR Scheduling time on the calendar for a workout

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6 hours ago Here’s how to reboot – Aleksandr Kouk Americans are stuck in unhealthy pandemic habits. Here’s how to reboot After two years of pandemic life, people have learned to cope in ways that have become stubborn, unhealthy habits. But there are positive steps we can take to reset a healthy lifestyle. (Image credit: Michael Driver for NPR)

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Just Now Americans are stuck in unhealthy pandemic habits. Here's how to reboot By: Allison Aubrey The early days of lockdown restrictions had a profound effect on people's daily lives. Alcohol sales skyrocketed, physical activity dropped off sharply, and "comfort eating" led to weight gain, too. So, what's happened since March of 2020?

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4 hours ago About one-quarter of Americans say they made positive changes to their daily habits during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll shows. As U.S. states ended masking mandates and infection numbers dropped this year, most (64%) respondents said their mood had been stable since January and that the pandemic either hadn't affected their daily habits (49%) or had changed …

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3 hours ago The early days of lockdown restrictions had a profound effect on people's daily lives. Alcohol sales skyrocketed, physical activity dropped off sharply, and

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8 hours ago Americans are stuck in unhealthy pandemic habits. Here’s how to reboot. Scheduling time on the calendar for a workout and setting small, achievable goals are just a couple of ways we can focus on rebuilding healthy habits. The early days of lockdown restrictions had a profound effect on people’s daily lives.

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2 hours ago Scheduling time on the calendar for a workout and setting small, achievable goals are just a couple of ways we

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1 hours ago One month after stay-at-home restrictions were initiated in the spring of 2020, people took about 27% fewer steps a day, on average. That’s 1,432 fewer steps. And what’s happened since? “The first decrease in activity was really the most drastic,” explains study author Geoff Tison, a cardiologist at UCSF who continues to track the smartphone data.

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6 hours ago And, in the trifecta of bad pandemic habits, remember the early pandemic baking frenzy?Yes, there is evidence of weight gain, too.When researchers at UCSF analyzed data from volunteers who reported their weight during the early months of the pandemic using a Bluetooth-connected smart scale, they recorded an average 1.5 pounds of weight gain per month.

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