After fighting through an unfortunate bout of Covid, Shakti actress Rubina Dilaik is now sharing happy instances from her recovery phase which has been mighty successful for her with most of her symptoms normalising and she getting back into a routine. Among all the medication, quarantining and other covid recovery protocols followed, the Bigg Boss 14 winner claims that 'Yoga' was what actually helped her to maintain a slow but steady recovery process, not only bringing in the much-required balance between mental and physical wellbeing throughout that phase, but Rubina also felt a drastic change for the better in her breathing movements.
She said, "Since yoga is a very slow and structured practice, I was able to keep up a routine throughout my covid phase, and Yoga really did wonders for me. Yoga has primarily helped me with essential lung exercises which helped me normalize my oxygen levels in many ways. On days that I was feeling low or out of focus, practising just a bit of yoga pulled me back into focus and really helped me in building this calm aura which kept me composed without any moments of panic throughout the last few weeks.”
“Yoga has helped me achieve the balance between my mental and physical wellbeing in no better way than through this time, which I am so grateful for. Never did I imagine that a simple practice like Yoga would benefit me in so many ways throughout a tough period like covid”, shares Rubina.
After recovering from the virus, the Bigg Boss 14 winner shared a blissful family picture on her Instagram account saying how her family kept her happy, cheerful and positive during her recovery. “So glad to have had my family with me as I recovered from the physical and mental strain that comes with having covid,” an excerpt of her Insta post read. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14’s Rubina Dilaik Reveals She Was Offered Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 But Had To Reject It
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