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Mental health is coming to the fore of public discussion during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are frankly sharing their struggles, both their emotions as well as the tangible effects they have on their lives, acknowledging the importance of mental health and supportive measures openly. If you are looking for ways to bolster your emotional wellness and stay balanced, check out these simple life hacks.
Everyone is struggling with the pandemic prevention measures in one way or another. While their lifestyle and work situations may be different, collectively almost everyone is feeling some degree of anxiety and isolation. If you are, too, you’re not alone. This kind of stress can have many subtle effects on your mental and emotional health, but there are ways you can address its impact.
Sleep is a vital part of our lives. It offers us a way to decompress from our days, to process any issues in our lives, to physically rest and restore our bodies, and to overall acquire resilience to help us in our daily routine. However, some people experience issues with sleep - not just one bad night, but ongoing difficulties and unsatisfying rest.
We want to spread the love that we see being shown by essential workers and healthcare workers - and we need YOUR help to do it! Our big-hearted, supportive community is the perfect source for suggestions for people we can help. We’d like to assist where we can, and you can nominate someone to receive it!
During the current global pandemic, one of the most important things to focus on is the body’s natural defenses against infection. Our continued health and wellness begins with a strong immune system, as it is our first line of protection against invasive flus, colds, and other illnesses.
For many people, the idea of working from home sounds great. There’s no morning commute, your coffee maker is always available, and you can even work in your pajamas from the comfort of your couch! Unfortunately, in practice, working from home isn’t quite as easy as it seems. Children and pets provide a constant distraction, there are tons of household chores waiting to be done and working from your bed or cushy couch makes you ready for a nap—not ready to be productive! Suddenly, it’s 5 p.m., and you’ve accomplished next to nothing!
Traumatic injury is a leading cause of disability on a global scale, and 96% of people who do survive a traumatic event may suffer debilitating long-term consequences. If you're a woman and you've been through an injury such as a fracture or fall that caused long-term trauma, it is important to know that you may be affected in a different way from men.
A 40+ hour workweek and constant engagement with digital devices, coupled with inactivity can take a toll on the body over time. Employees need to be aware of the negative effects they face while working desk jobs. For the modern employee, balancing work and personal responsibilities, trying to avoid weight gain and dealing with the effects of digital eye strain can make it difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle at work.
Feeling unhappy at work and dealing with an unmanageable workload, routine work that doesn’t change, and difficult deadlines may be prompting you to ask, ‘Will a career change improve my wellbeing?’