After a year of intense social isolation — maintaining physical distance from neighbors, family, and friends, staying cooped up inside our homes, and depriving ourselves of group activities — a lot of people are feeling the fatigue. This mental and emotional burnout can have a significantly negative impact on your physical health and energy levels. ASEA® REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement can help you bounce back.*

Social Isolation Fatigue

Not only has the world’s social isolation and distancing efforts put folks on mental and emotional high alert, but it has also isolated us from family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors in many ways. According to national data from the United States Census Bureau, the latest COVID-19 health crisis is having adverse effects on mental health, specifically in the area of fatigue.

With the combination of uncertainty, feeling like we lack a sense of control, and having the everyday norms of our lives threatened, it’s a difficult thing for our brains to manage. Fatigue happens when we try to juggle multiple demands at once and deal with drastic changes outside our control. Between having to change up children’s schooling and our own work arrangements—as well as minimizing our social interactions with others—energy levels can take a major hit.

Listen to Your Body

Often we put a great deal of pressure on ourselves to carry on with a smile no matter how we’re feeling. Please remember that, if you’re feeling tired, it’s okay to rest. If you’re feeling low, call a family member or friend or even consult your physician. Find ways to experience community through video chats and phone calls and, if the weather permits, take a walk so you can wave to neighbors at a distance. You might even look for an online community of folks who are dealing with the same things.

Make sure to prioritize some type of physical activity every day, like a walk around the block, a yoga session, or even jumping jacks for 30 seconds a day at your desk. Try to eat plenty of fruit, veggies, and protein while still allowing yourself a guilty pleasure snack every once in a while. Create a schedule that you can stick to for work- and home-life balance, keeping your momentum and helping you stay motivated.

Be Ready for Things to Get Better

This odd time can be challenging for our brains and bodies to fathom. It’s entirely normal for us to feel lost, unsure, or worried. Make sure to call your doctor immediately if you are struggling mentally or emotionally. Set boundaries for social media and avoid scrolling for prolonged periods of time. Leave your phone in another room when you go to bed at night and give yourself at least an hour of non-screen time before you go to sleep.

Remember to stay hopeful. Social isolation won’t last forever, and the tide on quarantine measures is changing. Practice positive self-appraisal and make a list of affirmations: things you hope to achieve, things you’re doing well at, and things you love about yourself. Keep a gratitude journal where you can list three to five things that you’re grateful for each day. Have self-compassion, and don’t be too hard on yourself. 

ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement

Millions of people around the world want to improve on a healthy immune system and inflammatory response. Your cardiovascular, digestive, and hormone function can use all the support they can get. Stress serves to weaken these important areas of human function, and research shows that when stress levels increase, so does the likelihood that our genes are affected. ASEA REDOX addresses cellular breakdown and attacks problems at the genetic level.* 

Because ASEA REDOX is made up of molecules just like the ones produced in the human body, it can help protect your cells, rejuvenate your energy levels, and restore balance. REDOX aids in cell communication and gene expression—by regulating your redox molecules and keeping communication strong.* 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”