What does a quarantine have to do with gravity? Many of you are at home with so much free time that all you find yourself able to do is look at screens and memes all day long. Instead of wasting time at home all day, it’s time to build up not only our bodies – like I talked about last week – but this week is all about building your mind. Welcome to Dr. Devin’s Wellness Wednesday Workshop where my goal is to help you maintain or improve your active lifestyle. We will answer these questions today:
- What does the quarantine have to do with gravity?
- Should you be sitting around all day binging Netflix?
- What is one of the best things you can start doing every day to calm yourself?
- How often should you take a break from electronics?
(Answers below the video 😉)
- In 1665, Isaac Newton went to his family’s country estate because of an outbreak of bubonic plague (Over 70,000 people died in London). With all that free time on his hands, he was able to sit down and develop his theories of Calculus, Optics, and Gravity.
- No. While spending some time being lazy and watching Netflix shows, you and your family should really be sitting down and expanding your knowledge.
- Just stop every day and sit in silence and think.
- No noise, no electronics, no talking
- Take a 10 minute break every 30-60 minutes.
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