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Emotional Wellness During the Pandemic: Resources for Healthcare Workers

Woman focusing on mental and emotional health during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-reaching effects on everything from the global economy, to your local health system, and our day-to-day routines. With many US states mandating people stay at home and practice social distancing, it can easily feel like our lives have been turned upside down.

All this change, combined with fear about the rapidly spreading disease, can have a very negative effect on our mental health as well. The CDC put it bluntly and honestly: “Outbreaks can be stressful.” You don’t need a history of anxiety or depression to be overwhelmed or feel strong emotions during this difficult time. That’s why it’s so important for all of us to focus on mindfulness and mental health during this outbreak.

Our medical teams across the country have been sharing resources, such as guided meditations and mindfulness apps, to help one another cope with the stress of this situation. We wanted to share these same resources with all of you, as well as some other helpful materials. Taking care of ourselves and our communities can help us to cope and serve to make us stronger in time.

We’re all in this together, and we will all get through this together.

Free Resources for Healthcare Workers

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