Corona – How to boost your mental health in times of social distancing during COVID-19

In this video, the ENAD team put together the most imporant things to enhance your mental health and help you to get through this coronavirus crisis during a time of social isolation…

Probably the most spoken word of the year. Starting in China this virus travelled from one person to another, to all over the world. In order to get rid of this disease again, we are all limited in our every day life. If you are staying at home for such a long time, it may be natural to get frustrated that you cannot do everything you want.
We as an ENAD team put together 7 things that will enhance your mental health in order to get through this crisis.

1. Get closer to people at home

When life is very busy, we tend to have little time for each other, especially for the ones that are closest to us. This crisis is a chance to connect to our loved ones that live in our homes. So set aside your devices and talk to each other. If you are alone, it is important to stay connected to those who are your emotional support.

2. Increase your physical activity for at least an hour a day.

In some places, hiking on trails in the open air is not yet forbidden. Take advantage of the extra time you have now. Moving your body does not only benefit your apearing, it also produces serotonin and therefore enhances your happiness an strenghten your immunsystem to fight against coronavirus

3. Re-organize your house

Since you are at home this is the perfect opportunity to start working on making every room enjoyable and clean. Get rid of clutter, catch up on your email, rearrange your furniture, and consider how to pare down where you have excess. Setting a timer for 15 minutes at a time can be a great way to get start.

4. Expand your skills

Use your time to learn how to perform enjoyable and brain enhancing activities every day. Try a new recipie, learn to play an instrument, start singing, drawing or learn a new language. Stay away from screens as much as possible.

5. Plant a garden

Try growing your own food. Spending time in nature is important for your mental health. You can get seedlings from grocery stores, or purchase them online. Also: A garden doesn’t have to be a raised bed – raising plants in pots is still rewarding.

6. Quit keeping up with the latest COVID-19 news

It is exhausting to see the changes hour-by-hour. Because you are already doing your part, there is nothing more you can usefully do by keeping up with the latest statistics or politics. Dont waste your time and go do one of the other 5 things of this video.

7. Explore your spirituality

So often we do not have or take the time needed to evaluate the state of our own spirituality. You now have this golden opportunity apart from the hustle and bustle of normal life. Spend a thoughtful hour reading the bible or a spiritual book, praying or spend time evaluating what you believe. You can also take an online bible-study course in the link below. Thoughtful moments will bolster your mental wellbeing.

Go and try one of those 7 things today, if you are not already doing it, and take care of your mental health. Also, check out our social media and other articles about coronavirus on our website.


Corona – Lessons from the 1918 flu & Application to COVID-19

Can treatments used during the 1918 Spanish Flu outbreak be used to combat the pandemic we currently face? Learn from top medical professionals from the US for an online symposium as they share lessons learned that could be applied today!

Continuing education credits can acquired by attending this online symposium. For more information, go to

Sponsored by AWR360 Health in partnership with GC Health, NAD Health, Your Best Pathway to Health, Weimar Institute, Oakhaven, and others.
Special Guest Speaker: President and CEO Loma Linda University Health
Host: Dr. Lela Lewis, Medical Director AWR360 Health and CEO/Founder Your Best Pathway to Health

Panelists in Order of Speaking:
Dr. Peter Landless, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Health Ministry Director
Dr. Richard Hart, President of Loma Linda University Health and CEO Loma Linda University Health,
Dr. Neil Nedley, President Weimar College
Dr. Roger Seheult Pulmonologist, Intensivist, Founder MedCram
Dr. John Kelly, President Oakhaven and Founder of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Dr. Charles Zeno Marcel, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists – Assistant Director
Dr. Mark Finley, Assistant to the President, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Dr. Duane McKey, President of AWR

Source: Youtube – Adventist World Radio

Global Wellness Day

Have you heard of “Global Wellness Day”? Wellness is far more than spa and beauty. They define wellness as:

“Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a healthy and fulfilling life.  It is more than being free from illness, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. A good or satisfactory condition of existence; a state characterized by health, happiness, and prosperity; welfare.

“Wellness is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” – The World Health Organization.”

In their 7 step manifesto they promote

  1. walking an hour a day
  2. drinking more water
  3. don’t use plastic bottles
  4. eat healthy food
  5. do a good deed
  6. have a family dinner with your loved ones
  7. sleep at 10:00pm

Sound familiar to anything you know?

This year its on Saturday June 10. Is there a way we can use this to connect with people?

Check out there website for more info at

The Ebola Crisis in West Africa – SDA Church Support

The North American Division is starting a social media based funding campaign to support the fight against Ebola in West Africa. Adventist Health International manages two hospitals in Sierra Leone and Liberia. They are working to provide much needed health care for the people of this region. Please support the dedicated medial professionals and staff who are putting their own lives on the line to provide relief to those suffering in West Africa.

Johns Hopkins Cancer Hoax – Warning

Dear friends – in recent days this information is passed on the internet and each day, we get several questions on whether it is actually true.

Even though we from ENAD do agree with several points stated in this aforementioned document, we strongly warn you from circulating it. Why? Because it states it is from Johns Hopkins Hospital, which is actually not true. See HERE.

Johns Hopkins is one of the world`s most renown hospitals.

These kind of false messages written in the name of prestigious institutions and then circulating the internet are called “hoax” – they do a lot of harm to the respective institution. We do not support lies nor any illegal behavior of that kind. We strongly advise you not to circulate such information. In addition, there is even some information contained in this document that is medically simply wrong. It is a mixture of truth and some obvious error which we as Christians do not endorse.