Online Resources for Stress Management and Well-Being
Nod is a new app developed to help college students combat the feelings of loneliness and isolation that the recent pandemic and social distancing have caused. This app will provide you with daily ideas to participate in social interactions and engage with the people you love, even when they are far away. Being far from campus does not mean you are unable to form new relationships and nurture current one! It is now free for our students at UMassD and available on the Google Play and Apple Store.
Provides good information on how to self-regulate when stress arises.
Check out the Love is Louder website for more resources, including workout apps and meditation videos.
Relaxonline.me.uk is an interactive website that acts as a way to deal with any anxiety you may be feeling.
Stay Active and Healthy!
Many gyms and fitness companies are providing free workout classes and fitness ideas over social media during this difficult time.
Blogilates uses popular music to make it fun and more engaging to work out in short bursts.
Fun stuff to keep you busy!
Missing Concerts? Many of us are experiencing disappointment at missing out on public events like concerts. NPR provides a ton of links to concerts that you can enjoy while making dinner, or talking to a friend. Here’s a list of virtual FREE concerts going on this week (being updated daily!)
A great resource of activities for all ages (including bird watching on live webcams at real zoos!), inspirational stories/videos, physical activity, coping with stress, and even activities for younger children!