Navigating the challenges of coronavirus requires sayata d’Shmaya to establish and integrate an effective strategy to maintain your physical and mental health while promoting spiritual growth. While we continue to share many resources to refer to, today we’d like to add and highlight a few more important articles and publications below to enhance both your well-being and connection to Hashem, Torah and mitzvos:
TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO KEEP CV OUTSIDE
The New York Times asked the experts to answer questions about all the places coronavirus lurks (or doesn’t). You’ll feel better after reading this.
Dani Johnson, a physical therapist at the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program, encourages people who are staying home to get creative. “Every little bit of movement counts,” she said. “So when we’re confined to our home, move, move, move.” You don’t need fancy equipment or a lot of time; you just need to weave exercise into your schedule.
Eating During COVID-19: Improve Your Mood and Lower Stress, Harvard Medical School, April 7, 2020
My patients these days are expressing more angst and fear, and looking to find ways to cope with the pandemic and the “new normal.” With children and entire families home together all day, and work and school schedules disrupted, loss of a daily routine can increase anxiety and disrupt healthy eating.
NEW KUNTRES! STAY HEALTHY AND AVOID ILLNESS
Rabbi Moshe Goldberger’s ten-step plan to strengthen your avodas Hashem as the choice defense against coronavirus.