By: NWI Staff
This month has been a time many of us will never forget. Here are articles related to eight trends within wellness, aimed at creating whole-person wellness during time of unease and uncertainty.
CoreHealth’s Response to COVID-19: No License Fees for Resiliency Program
Two of NWI’s strategic partners are collaborating to bring the necessary resources for you, your families, your employees and your community. CoreHealth Technologies is partnering with SelfHelpWorks to extend a limited offer to add COVID-19 Relevant Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) services with no license fees.
Managing Fatigue During Times of Crisis: Guidance for Nurses, Manager, and Other Healthcare Workers
The CDC has shared a blog post with instructions on how healthcare workers can combat fatigue and stress during this unprecedented time. See the full blog post here.
COVID-19 Resilience Through Holistic Self-Care
In this video recording of “The Health Edge“, Dr. Mark Pettus and Dr. John Bagnulo share some simple strategies for risk reduction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Reason You’re Exhausted is “Moral Fatigue”
Rolling Stones published an article related to COVID-19, specifically on the affects of having to think through the potential implications of many of our totally normal, everyday actions and decisions in a way we never had to before, because of how they could affect others–what they call “moral fatigue”.
How to Stay Physically and Mentally Healthy While COVID-19 Has You Stuck at Home
Here Are the 13 New Books You Should read in April
In another TIME article, contributor Annabel Gutterman compiled a list of 13 books to read in April, both fiction and non-fiction, that will serve as a healthy use of time, while also keeping your mind present and calm.
Regular Exercise Benefits Immunity—Even in Isolation
ScienceDaily published an analysis they pulled from the University of Bath which highlights the power of regular, daily exercise on our immune system, and the importance of people continuing to work-out even in lockdown.
Well-Being From Home
The American Institute for Preventive Medicine team (AIPM) created this website to share resources to help you maintain your well-being from home.