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Times of stress and uncertainty can lead to poor choices.

Take time to take care of yourself.

Things we do as we're spending more time at home may become long-term habits. They can be good habits – or bad habits that will be hard to break later.

Check in with yourself:

  • Am I eating more often?
  • What kinds of foods am I eating?
  • Am I exercising? As often?
  • Am I spending quality time with my family?
  • Am I spending too much time online?
  • Am I drinking alcohol more?
  • Am I vaping? More? Around others?

What habits can I develop?

  • Can I start exercising?
  • Can I start reading a book?
  • Can I start a family game night?
  • Can I learn new recipes?
  • Can I take a daily walk?
  • Can I check in on a friend by phone?


If you or someone you care about are developing unhealthy habits, here are some resources to check out:

Coping During Coronavirus →Help with Addiction →Rethinking Drinking →Vaping FactCheck →Cannabis and Teen Health →Opioid Resources →

Share with someone you care about:

While at home together, take time to talk with your children about healthy choices.

Tips for Talking With Your Kids →