Marine Lorphelin is a real fighter. While interned in medicine, the young woman fights COVID-19 on a daily basis. The nights on call are often long and difficult, so Miss France 2013 shares with her fans, her method to keep up!
Marine Lorphelin is on the front line facing the COVID-19 crisis. Medical intern, Miss France 2013 has to face the virus contamination and stress related to the health crisis. A difficult situation to live with and which exhausts the young woman. At the heart of emergency services, she does not hesitate to give news to her fans on social networks. It is also a way of reassuring those close to you, very worried about knowing it in the hospital environment. His dad had also confided his anxiety, in the show It starts today on France 2: “Our great fear was not to see her again “, he said. But Marine Lorphelin is a fighter and the health situation has comforted her in her desire to become a general practitioner. However, sometimes the days and nights on call are long and tiring. The old Miss still keeps a smile and explains on her Instagram account how she manages her daily hospital interns.
A nice list of activities
Indeed, on this Friday, May 22, she published a video in story, where she shares her method of being in shape after a night on call at the hospital. Still half asleep in her bed, Marine Lorphelin shares her physical state: “I slept well, it feels good. I’m still a little tired but I will motivate myself to do things”, she explains with a very small voice. On the video, she writes her program for the day : “The secret in the aftermath of daycare: set the alarm clock not too late in the day, sunbathe, possibly do sport to try to resume the normal rhythm”. A method that we can all apply!