The pandemic has turned our lives upside down on so many levels and there have been long term wellbeing effects on most individuals, even if it isn’t obvious to all. Physically, extended lock down periods, restrictions on gyms and limited exercise options lead to people moving less and eating more. Activities such as baking, eating comfort food and perhaps increasing alcohol consumption became a way to deal with monotonous days and uncertainty. This left many feeling sluggish and overweight but even as we emerged out of lockdown it became difficult to change habits that had been established. Mental health
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