Productive Thing to do on Covid Lockdown

14th January 2022
"Staying at home might be restrictive, but it doesn't have to be monotonous."

Staying at home might be restrictive, but it doesn't have to be monotonous.

Covid spare time allows us to accomplish things we've always wanted to do or would like to do more of based on our specific circumstances.

I believe it makes sense for us to use this time productively and to do activities that are valuable to us.

Organize your wardrobe

Most of us have at least one outfit that we know we'll never wear again or a pair of pants that don't fit as well as they used to.

It's time to clear your closet and get rid of those nasty items that no longer see the light of day.

Pass them on to friends and relatives, donate them to charity, or, at the absolute least, recycle them at your local clothes bank.

Update your CV and professional accounts

Before the lockdown, updating your CV, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile might not have been at the top of your priority list.

Rather than putting it off any longer, why not completely update all of your professional documentation and accounts?

Make the most of the present moment to pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.

Enroll in Free Course

Enrolling in a course and completing examinations and assignments can help you increase your knowledge as well as your CV.

The free profile on the OpenLearn website allows you access to your own learning profile as well as a record of achievements earned while studying.

You may also study from a variety of different courses.

Acquire professional or educational credentials, develop new abilities, or simply avoid boredom.

Get fit

Working out at home might be just as good for your mind and body.

Why not experiment with several sorts of workouts over the next few weeks to discover the one that works best for you?

If you work out on a regular basis, you are aware that regularity is the key to a successful and regular fitness regimen. 

Learn sign language

Sign language, a distinct language in its own right, may appear to be an overwhelming ability to master, but with a variety of simple step-by-step guidelines at your disposal, you'll be singing like a pro in no time.

Meditate

While under quarantine, it's critical to be aware of your surroundings as well as your own well-being, and meditation may help you find some peace of mind in times of uncertainty.

Find a peaceful place, light some candles, and listen to some therapeutic meditation music - more information here.

Meditation is one of the most effective ways to alleviate stress and enhance your overall well-being right now.

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COVID-19 scams growing : Few tips to spot online scams and stay safe

4th May 2020
"Google has shared some tips to help users stay safe against the increasing COVID-19 scams while at home."

Cybercriminals are riding the coronavirus pandemic wave to trick hundreds and thousands of people around the world. They have been setting up fake COVID-19 tracker dashboards to hack computers, putting up malicious websites and apps related to coronavirus, posing as WHO officials to carrying out phishing attacks, promising free mobile data, sending out ransom emails threatening to infect users with COVID-19, and more.

In light of the rising COVID-19 online scams, Google Safety Centre has shared some tips to help you spot and avoid these frauds and stay safe online. Google also lists down types of these COVID-19 scams.

Tips to avoid COVID-19 scams coronavirus

Google says that scammers are disguising their scams as legitimate messages about the virus. They may use emails, SMS, automated calls or malicious websites to reach you. Some tips to help you avoid such scams:

Do not click random links: Google advises not to click on random links sent in an unsolicited email. Before clicking a hyperlink, users should hover over the link to see where it leads.

Search on the web: If you receive a fraudulent message or email, it’s likely the scammers have sent the same message to other people as well. Copy and paste the text or the most suspicious part into a search engine to check if it’s been reported by others.

Check trusted sources directly: Scammers often use identity theft to pose as trusted and authoritative sources. Users should directly visit sources like the Ministry of Health & Population to get the latest factual information about COVID‑19 and do not fall prey to these frauds.

Be cautious about sharing information: If you receive an unsolicited request for some kind of information, be cautious and take extra time to evaluate the message.

Apart from the tips shared by Google, we would like to suggest that if you receive a fraudulent message and you are sure about it being a cybercrime attempt, make sure you tell others about it so that they can be aware as well. Also, if you see something suspicious you can report it to g.co/reportphishing or g.co/reportmalware.

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Basic Ways to Overcome Mild Covid Symptoms

13th January 2022
"Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of people who have COVID-19 had only mild to moderate symptoms. That means that the vast majority of individuals will be able to heal at home."

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of people who have COVID-19 had only mild to moderate symptoms.

That means that the vast majority of individuals will be able to heal at home.

Moreover, though fever, cough, and exhaustion are still the most frequent symptoms of coronavirus infections, there are a few things individuals may do at home to improve their immune systems and recover quickly.

Sleep

Get at least 8 hours of sleep every night. When we sleep, we build and restore our immunity.

Also, avoid sleeping during the day.

Hydration

Warm water with dry ginger and tulsi leaves improves your mood and keeps your body hydrated.

To prepare this simple mixture, boil some water with a piece of dry ginger until it is reduced to half its original volume.

Drink it many times a day after adding some tulsi leaves.

Zinc

Zinc has become one of the most frequent recommendations for minimizing coronavirus symptoms.

Although there is no clear evidence to suggest that taking zinc lozenges will prevent or cure COVID-19 in humans, zinc does have antiviral characteristics and has been proven in laboratory research to decrease coronavirus growth in cells.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C promotes the functioning of our immune cells, particularly when they are working harder than they should during epidemics.

You might also eat a healthy diet high in fresh vegetables and fruit.

Relax

Talk to people, read a book, listen to calming music, or do something else that will make you feel relaxed and healthy.

Also, make meditation a part of your everyday practice.

Exercise

If you have symptoms and are feeling weary or tired, avoid any physical activity.

Simply practice Pranayama for 30 minutes.

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