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Mindfulness and COVID-19

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The global COVID-19 pandemic affects us all. Stockpiling, quarantines and entire countries that shut down.

In such an exceptional situation, you may feel nervous, stressed, or are experiencing anxiety and general helplessness.

However, now is an important time to learn how to stay calm and how to keep your mind healthy.

Mindfulness can help you with that.

On this page, you will find information on various topics that will help you cope with the mental challenges caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

These Guides Will Get You Through the COVID-19 Pandemic​

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Guide to Reduce Stress

Stress doesn’t do any good for your health. Especially in such an exceptional situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easy to feel stressed permanently. Use these techniques to reduce stress naturally.

Guide to Meditation

Meditation is the key to mindfulness. It’s crucial to take care of your mind as much as your hygiene. Learn how to meditate today and turn it into a habit that will help you to stay calm in every situation.

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Guide to Positive Thinking

You can’t control the decisions of your government, nor can you control other people stockpiling food and toilet paper. What you can control, however, is your reaction to such events. Learn how to deal with this more positively.

Guide To Critical Thinking

In tough times like these, the flood of information can be overwhelming. You also get a lot of biased-information that is out of context. Learn how to think critically to better cope with other opinions.

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Guide to Qigong

You currently can’t or don’t want to leave your house. Still, it’s important that you stay in shape. With Qigong, you can practice your body and mind at home and lift your mood.

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