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Breethe Offers Free Resources To Help Healthcare Workers Manage Anxiety

Meditation has countless benefits for one’s overall well-being: reducing stress and anxiety, decreasing insomnia, and boosting focus and energy. Meditation teaches us how to pause, deal with difficulty, and feel more connected, which is particularly important in times of crisis. Breethe, a meditation app, is offering free memberships to North American healthcare workers during the pandemic as well as launching a free meditation collection called “Inner Wellness During Coronavirus.”

Breethe, a meditation app, is offering free memberships to North American healthcare workers during the pandemic as well as launching a free meditation collection called “Inner Wellness During Coronavirus.”

The pressures of the pandemic are weighing on everyone — especially our healthcare workers. Breethe created this new collection to help people cope with the current crisis. This collection is free for anyone who downloads the app and includes Reducing Coronavirus Anxiety, Self-Care During the Coronavirus, Fear of Illness, Part of the Whole, Middle of the Night Worries, Coping with Grief, Loneliness, Panic Attacks, Meditations for Caregivers, Blanket of Love and many more.

Breethe co-founder and lead meditation teacher, Lynne Goldberg, commented, “People are suffering. Breethe’s mission is to help as many people as possible deal with these new challenges. The healthcare workers are taking care of us, so we want to take care of them. We’re all in this together.”

Breethe has already donated more than 23,000+ memberships to the healthcare workers at OhioHealth, a non-profit system of hospitals and healthcare providers located in Columbus, Ohio.

Meeta Ramnani
Meeta Ramnani
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