Individuals who practiced mindfulness with eMindful’s eM Life solution prior to COVID-19 had lower stress levels during the pandemic than individuals who were new to practicing, according to new data collected since January 2020.

eMindful, the leading provider of live, virtual mindfulness solutions, today announced that is has appointed Mike Griffith as Chief Growth Officer to lead its sales and client success team. The appointment of Griffith signals steady growth for eMindful in the health and wellness industry.

COVID-19 has turned the world upside down leading to heightened uncertainty, angst, and financial stress amid this period of organizational change. Leaders are needed now more than ever to navigate our nation’s workforce through COVID-19 and the next normal.

In an upcoming webinar series, a Congressman leader, a Navy SEAL Commander, an Air Force F-15 Pilot, an Army Special Forces Officer, and a Marine Corps Intelligence Officer will weigh in on what they have learned from their time on Capitol Hill and in combat with strategies to lead corporations and individuals through COVID-19 and the next normal.

Protecting the health and well-being of our healthcare providers is critical, as they continue to risk their lives serving on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. eMindful is hosting webinar on National Nurses Day, May 6, 2020 sharing mindfulness solutions to help medical professionals cope with COVID-19 challenges.

The organization introduced its Vibe TribesTM program earlier this year. Vibe Tribes builds connections virtually while bringing mindfulness to eM Life participants and the world around them.

Mindfulness Strategies For COVID-19 and Returning to Work Readiness ORLANDO, FL (April 22, 2020) — With the heightened stress and anxiety and ongoing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, organizations are turning to mindfulness now more than ever to protect the mental health and well-being of their population and to prepare for the next normal. eMindful, the leading … Continued

Tens of thousands of elective surgeries are being delayed across the country as hospitals and healthcare systems gear up to support the influx of patients with coronavirus. In many cases, members have been left without an expected surgery date or a clear plan, creating additional stress and uncertainty.

Drastic and appropriate measures are underway across the world to protect ourselves from the infectious Coronavirus. With remote work and school closure mandates, and emptied stores shutting down, these positive preventive measures can have unintended side effects. Social distancing can lead to isolation, loneliness, and compounded anxiety.

Lack of sleep from daylight savings time affects productivity, work performance, concentration, and memory, according to physicians at the University of Washington. The Coronavirus may further impact sleep with the ongoing fear and uncertainty associated with this rapidly evolving situation.