The Socializing Is Healthy will put events in your calendar of different moments you can use as an opportunity to connect with other people. It will also give you valuable information on why socializing is so important to enjoy a healthier and longer life.
No matter the distance, frequently talking with people who are dear to you can decrease your risk of suffering from health conditions caused by social isolation, such as depression and anxiety.
Time is the most valuable gift we can give to help others people fight social isolation and loneliness.
Activities such as group workouts, aside from providing physical benefits, can help you fight the negative effects of social isolation and loneliness.
Schedule time each day to stay in touch with family members, friends, and neighbors, either in person, by phone, email, video chat, or social media.
Pick up an old hobby again.
Join a group class to learn something new.
Take part in activities held at malls, town centers, or your building or community.
Become a volunteer to help others in your community.
Adopt a pet if you can and are able to take care of it. Animals can be a source of comfort. They can also help reduce stress and lower blood pressure.