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January 15, 2022

Ways To Stay Healthy as Professional Movers Help You Move

packing for a moveBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

The very last thing you want is to be unwell when you are moving. Try as you might, you may still find yourself in this scenario. Being sick as you move can complicate an already stressful moving process. The silver lining is you can take some steps to ensure you keep healthy as you move.

Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands will help you each day of your life, including moving days. It is among the most proven and easy ways to steer clear of getting sick or spreading diseases. Your hands may have germs, bacteria, or viruses from the various things you touch as you pack, open doors, handle your boxes, and unpack in your new residence. Washing your hands often makes sure you wash away the disease-causing contaminant you might have picked up, cutting down on your likelihood of getting sick. You may also leave hand soap and paper towels in the bathroom for the professional movers too.

Wear a Mask and Stop Touching Your Face

As COVID-19 cases are climbing, wearing masks remains an important task to help you sidestep it. You will be near with numerous people while you move, but a mask will help to offer some protection. You may complement this measure by staying a minimum of six feet from another person. Clean your hands with the recommended sanitizers and steer clear of touching your face. It's recommended that you don’t touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Obeying this recommendation can be challenging as Healthline reports that most people touch their face approximately 16 times in an hour. Regularly washing your hands can reduce your risks but avoid touching your face, as well.

Ask the Movers to Wear Masks

Professional movers in Tulsa adhere to all the recommended COVID-19 safety protocols. When the movers show up to help you move, you can remind them to wear masks and sanitize or wash their hands regularly.

Clean High Touch Areas Frequently

High-touch locations are surfaces that people touch frequently. These individuals can easily contaminate these spots or pick up microorganisms from these surfaces using their hands. Routinely clean the high touch spots, such as light switches, door knobs, and shared equipment. Disinfecting these areas reduces your possibility of getting germs on your hands when you contact them. And so, you will not introduce them into your system if you touch your face or eat ahead of washing your hands. You may also sanitize these spots in your new home.

Open the Windows

Allowing fresh air into your residence is a super method to minimize your chances of getting sick from airborne germs. Opening your windows permits air to flow, preventing the virus participles from accumulating in your property. You can open the windows at both your current and new homes, especially when the professional movers in Tulsa will be in the home to pack, unpack, or perhaps move your things. Turn on exhaust fans in your bathroom and kitchen to help make sure the air moves out of your house.

Up Your Immunity

Take your vitamins, drink a lot of water, get sufficient sleep, and eat healthy foods to improve your immune system. A healthy immunity minimizes your possibilities of getting sick. If you get sick, you could feel better speedily. Getting enough sleep also minimizes your chances of being exhausted and getting sick over your move.

Remaining healthy during your move will make the task more manageable. You'll have the energy and concentration needed to make sure you move into your new residence without significant problems. If you would like a moving company in Tulsa that won't jeopardize your wellbeing, call A-1 Freeman Moving Group to get dependable and safe moving services.


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The Mickelson Family
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Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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