The best way to survive COVID-19 is staying healthy and doing any necessary exercise.

Having a healthy diet will help me feel better too.

Eliza Jonasson
5 min readJul 21, 2022


Exercise is important in the treatment of COVID-19. The body needs to be healthy and strong to fight off the virus.

The virus can’t live in a healthy body, so exercise is necessary for fighting off the virus. Exercise also helps with weight loss and preventing weight gain, which are both crucial to maintaining a healthy body and fighting off COVID-19.

Some people find that it’s hard to maintain a diet plan while taking COVID-19 medication because they have less energy or feel sick from the medication. However, exercising can help you stay on track with your diet plan by giving you more energy, making you feel better about yourself, and helping you keep your weight at a normal level.

Why I Started Working Out Again

I have been working out for the past two months and I have lost about five pounds. I’m not sure if it’s because of the exercise or because I changed my diet, but it’s a start.

I’ve been doing cardio in the morning and lifting weights at night. It’s really easy to get up early and work out before work, so that’s what I do.

I also started eating more vegetables and less carbs. The hardest part has been limiting my sugar intake, but so far it seems to be working!

5 Reasons You Need to Keep Your Exercise Routine Even After COVID-19

Exercise can help you stay in shape and healthy. It can also lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.

Exercising after COVID-19 is not always easy but it is essential to your health.

1) Exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight.

2) Exercise improves your mood.

3) Exercise reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.

4) Exercise strengthens your bones and muscles which can help prevent falls or injuries as you age.

5) Exercise increases the amount of oxygen in your blood which helps keep you from getting sick with a cold or the flu.

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Eliza Jonasson