During the COVID-19 outbreak, many companies are suggesting—even requiring—that more employees work from home. Working from home can be a lonely enterprise in this era of social distancing, but it doesn’t have to be. For those who are not used to working at home or who don’t have an organized work station, distractions can disrupt your productivity. I have some tips that can help you get used to this new challenge.
Five minutes of meditation during social distancing can offset stress.
During the era of the COVID-19 pandemic along with all the changes such as social distancing, anxiety is on the rise for many people. With social distancing, this is a great time to turn inward and practice mindfulness meditation to offset fear and panic. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, meditation has many mental and physical health benefits such as stress relief, lower blood pressure, and boosts in immune system.
Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety Preparation for the coronavirus outbreak is more than washing our hands; it’s not freaking out and keeping our minds in check, too. If you follow social media a lot, you might feel like going to bed and pulling the covers over your head. Research shows that chronic TV watchers and news […]