Most of us are finding it difficult to cope with this lock-down and this newly formed mandatory habit of staying at home. For actor Sonali Bendre, however, not much has changed. Sonali, who was diagnosed with high-grade cancer in 2018, immediately flew to New York for treatment and has stayed under strict discipline even after she recovered and came home.
Sonali Bendre says lock-down is not difficult for her as her life is like a quarantine for the past 2 years
Speaking to a portal, Sonali said the last two years of her life were more or less a quarantine only, and hence, the lock-down has not brought much shifts to her lifestyle. However, she added that a lot of people would keep coming to visit her otherwise. That is not the case right now, and she really misses having her visitors over. She added that she was really missing her parents as she was unable to meet them.
While she is at high risk of catching Coronavirus owing to her history of cancer, Sonali emphasised that she had a strong immunity. She credits it to the fruits and vegetables she consumes daily.
For all those who missed it, she had earlier shared three tips that she follows every day in order to boost her immunity. Check it out below.
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Now more than ever before, we truly realize how critical having a strong immunity is. While dealing with cancer, I did a lot of research on ways to boost my immunity system. I started this ritual then and it's become a habit now, my #NewNormal. These steps are pretty simple and have been tried and tested - I managed to avoid infections during my chemo, and I believe that this was the "secret formula". Sharing them with you, hoping that we all take conscious steps to boost our immunity. #WorldHealthDay
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