The Global Wellness Institute Launches PositivelyWell

PositivelyWell features optimistic articles on how being positive can lead to better health outcomes. Photo credit: Aja Koska/Royalty-free

In light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) has launched its PositivelyWell campaign to encourage members of the industry and people around the world to replace fear with a focus on wellness. The GWI believes that this is an important moment to reinforce self-care and to encourage a focus on building a strong immune system through exercise, healthy nutrition, stress reduction, smoking cessation, and more. On the PositivelyWell pages, wellness consumers and professionals can find optimistic articles on how being positive can lead to better health outcomes, as well as trusted resources on guidance about COVID-19. It also features a resource for wellbeing leadership strategies for responding to COVID-19 by Renee Moorefield, CEO, Wisdom Works Group & Chair, Wellness at Work Initiative.

All GWI’s resources are free, including its bi-monthly newsletter, the Global Wellness Brief.
 



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