The Daily Calm – May 14th, 2020

According to The Depression Project, the coronavirus outbreak is triggering mental health issues in people throughout the world.

Using mindfulness to change the way we think and act during challenging times

There’s no doubt the coronavirus lockdown is having an effect on both adults’ and children’s wellbeing, with parents trying their best to make their kids feel happy and secure in such uncertain times.

6 mindfulness activities to help children through lockdown

Bob Roth has been teaching people the Transcendental Meditation technique for 50 years, “helping them to stay calm under pressure, reboot and re-energize their lives, and basically be a happier, healthier version of themselves,” as he describes.

Your Daily Dose of Calmness

When you feel overwhelmed, your thoughts start racing through every conceivable scenario. You grow irritable, and little things that previously didn’t bother you begin to drive you crazy.

How Stress Impacts Your Body – and How to Fight Back

Feeling more stressed out while stuck inside during the COVID-19 quarantine? Alexa may be able to help you find some peace of mind through a range of meditation skills.

How to Meditate With Your Amazon Echo

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