Spotlight on: #SelfCareAware
Living with hep C isn’t easy. Some days, it’s hard just to even get out of bed, let alone remember to eat regularly or practice mindfulness. However, it's these precisely kinds of self care activities that help you maintain your overall health for the long run. That’s why we’re taking the next 14 days to celebrate being #SelfCareAware and sharing easy ideas on how you can do it. Here's how you can participate:
Follow us on Twitter to get your daily self care tip. Use #SelfCareAware and tweet us how you are doing with your self care task! In addition, we've got lots of other ways for you to join in the celebration below!
Self care is about looking after and taking care of yourself - in a healthy way. It's about finding beneficial ways of coping. Whether it’s brushing your teeth every day, drinking plenty of water, getting enough sleep, self-care activities are ways that help maintain your health. While they may seem little and unimportant, they actually add up and can have a long term impact on how you feel.
Do you do any specific self-care activities that help with hep C?
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