Mental & Behavioral Health

Mental & Behavioral Health

Your Food, Your Mood: Turning Healthy Eating Habits into Mental Well-Being

A healthy and balanced diet is a secret to maintain a healthy body and a healthy mind and perhaps everybody is aware of it. Caffeine can cause anxiety, alcohol can cause depression but eating healthy food improves overall mood.

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Striking Oil: Clarity About CBD Oil

Now is the time to know all about the medicinal benefits, scientific research, and excitement related to CBD oil in particular. It's not the time to enjoy the high of marijuana because it is crucial to separate cannabis-related fact from fiction.

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Holiday Woes or Holiday Wellness: Perspective Is Everything

The holiday season is often more miserable than merry for workers, not because the hours are long and the labor is hard, but because depression is a hardship that is difficult to meet and a burden that is heavy to bear.

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The Impact of Substance Use Disorder on Professionals and their Employers

The most immediate and worst-hit areas which has a great impact of excessive drug and alcohol abuse can be felt in the workplace. Data from the government department indicates nearly 11 million full-time workers in the U.S. struggle with SUD.

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Migraine in the Workplace: Implications on Employee Productivity and Ways to Address it

Migraine is more than just a headache, causing severe attacks that impair an individual's daily function and quality of life. it is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide, costing employers and the economy a lot in productivity loss.

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EQ is the New IQ: The Role of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

In today’s workplace, workplace performance and career success – and even employee health - which were once thought to be a function of one’s intelligent quotient (IQ), are, in fact, corollary to one’s emotional intelligence.

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Five Ways Addiction Can Impact Your Workplace

When you’re interviewing, hiring and onboarding new employees, you’re undoubtedly focused on their skill sets, their experience, and their energy, and how those assets translate to the furtherance of your organization’s goals and bottom line. You’re not expecting them to develop or to be nursing a substance abuse issue, as they enter your ranks.

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Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community and Finding Treatment

It’s time to end the stigma surrounding mental health in the LGBTQ community and acknowledge the millions who struggle with intolerance and suffer in silence.

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Managing Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Entrepreneur’s Success Story

Chris Tidmarsh, a 30-year-old entrepreneur with degrees in chemistry, environmental studies, the French language and a robust passion for agriculture who also has autism.

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Mental Health Benefits: How to Get the Most Out of Your Healthcare Coverage

Mental health and physical health is equally important when it comes to wellbeing but insurers don't see it that way. Earlier many health insurance companies provided better coverage for physical illness than they did for mental health disorders.

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Digital Therapeutics: How New Approaches to Behavioral Health Boosts Healthy Profits

If the mind is working at full capacity then the body will also follow, when the body is working the mind will follow. Behavioral health is inclusive of both mental health and substance use is considered by many to still be an emerging topic.

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Mindfulness Can Be Your Anchor to Managing Change

There are many times you feel like you are subject to the whims of forces outside of the control like an unexpected deadline. No matter what echelon of the business world you occupy at some point, you will be caught off guard by the change.

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5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Mental Health

Self-care is not limited to just physical body, focusing on mental health boosts immunity, productivity and make you healthy. Small break, sound sleep, balanced diet and trying new activities can improve your mental health.

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Calmness of Mind and Wellness of Body

Workplace stress can affect you mentally, physically and emotionally which reduces calmness and wellness of the employees. Adopting various forms of meditation helps calming mind, breathe and heart rate and leaves a positive impact.

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Building Resiliency in the Workplace Enhances Health and Wellbeing

Stress at the workplace decreases productivity, increase health costs and employee burnout and quarter employees relate this. Steps like flexibility, developing social networks and recharge break help building resiliency to some extent.

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Sleep: An Important Concern for Health and Productivity at Work

Lack of sleep may result in a decline in productivity, health, communication, develop risk-taking behaviors among employees. Strategies to curb fatigue include education, sleep evaluation, scheduled breaks, incorporating napping rooms, and modifying the workplace.

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Virtual Reality Graded Exposure Therapy: The Paradigm Shift That Can Change Our Mental Reality

Earlier the cure for social anxiety, PTSD, or even agoraphobia was tedious and required a lot of medication and time to heal. With the implementation of telemedicine, there is an improvement in more lives as mental health treatments are easy to cure.

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How Employers Manage Persons with Addictions

More than 76% of Americans addicted to drugs and alcohol are employed and possess a serious threat to the employer. The HR must implement policies to understand, identify, and guide the employees to keep themselves away from abuse of drugs and alcohol.

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Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing

Health Wellness can be achieved through sound healing, by experiencing the vibration and frequency of the sound wave. Crystal sound heals cancer, patients with addiction, stress, anger, anxiety and various physical ailments inside the human body.

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Workplace Mental Wellness and Intrapersonal Skills: A Case for a Proactive Approach

Many people mistook mental health with mental illness but the fact is both are different and it's time to address that. For good mental health, one needs to perform activities like practical knowledge of intrapersonal skills that support mental wellness.

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Meditation and Mindfulness for Better Overall Health

Meditation is a way to clear the mind and achieve peace and stillness within, and it directly has health benefits. Mindfulness refers to being presently and actively aware of feelings, thoughts, behavior, etc., in a non-judgemental way.

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How Should Employers Prioritize Employee Stress and Mental Health?

Stress and mental instability of employees may affect your business which is reflected in productivity, morale, engagement. Every mental illness begins when an individuals' coping skills are inadequate to handle the level of chronic stress.

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Sleeping Better by Snoring Less: Snorelax and Corporate Wellness

The simple secret to being well is to get a good sleep and the lack of sleep may turn your image into a poor form. Less sleep leaves bloodshot eyes, bedraggled appearance, depression and relies on stimulants to make it through the day.

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Overcoming Mental Health Stigma in the Workplace with New Digital Technologies

HR professionals who are concerned about employees' mental well-being consider mobile devices, digital transactions as a double-edged sword. The same technology encourages cyber-bullying, online fat-shaming, YouTube videos with how-to advice on drug use.

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5 Strategies to Address Employee Stress in the Workplace

Stress and work-life balance are universal concerns of workers and it costs American industry more than $300 billion annually. Effect of stressed-out employees includes increased absenteeism, reduced productivity, and employee turnover with high medical bills.

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Turn Challenges into Positive Possibilities: The 3-P Method

We all dream of having a smooth life filled with peace, love, and harmony but the reality is life is full of challenges. If you don't like something, change it and if you can't change it then change your attitude and this way you will embrace positive possibilities.

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Dopamine - The Answer to Increased Participation in Your Wellness Program

The organization invests copious amounts to integrate a wellness program that allows employees to thrive and increase wellness. Unfortunately, the above-mentioned reasons for wellness programs are implemented, rarely produce in the corporate wellness program.

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De-stress and Celebrate National Yoga Day!

National level surveys found that 80% of workers feel stress on the job and half of those reports their job as stressful. 25 percent of the workers view their jobs as the number one stress in their lives and all are associated with health complaints.

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How to Create a Peaceful Mind

Our mind is like a reasoning machine, wonderful for solving problems, putting things in order and making sense of daily reality. It keeps busy ruminating on the past and figuring out the future, and the yogis compare it to the mind to a drunken monkey.

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Why Is It Important for Adults to Play?

A play is important for being healthy as it boosts creativity and mindset and how we perceive the world. It's a state of mind which keeps absorbing, an apparently purposeless activity that provides enjoyment and a suspension of self-consciousness.

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Basking in the Clear Sky of Recovery: Charting the Path from Addiction to Better Health and Wellness

Assistance begins with compassion and it is the hallmark not only of a competent caregiver but of a kind and sympathetic one. As a patient needs emotional safety and physical stability to overcome such serious challenges.

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Three Short Words that Can Change a Colleague's Life

Mental illness is not limited to personal life only, but it hampers professional behavior and productivity as well. It is becoming a challenge as one in four adults experience mental illness and less than one-third receive the adequate treatment.

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A Clear Sky of Recovery: The Journey from Addiction to Health and Wellness

Corporate wellness is impossible without personal wellness and individual health is doubtful without quality care from caregivers. Rare is the support necessary to make a patient feel safe enough to seek help and strong enough to accept treatment.

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A Path to Wellness and a Reprieve from Anxiety: A Way Forward

An enthusiastic workforce is not a productive workplace and employers need to promote credible resources for information. Personal experience with the potentially crippling effects of anxiety, including the physical toll this psychological trauma exacts.

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Could This Be the Determining Factor of Health and Wellness?

85% of the diseases are linked to stress and the physiologic processes behind stress, help us survive as a human. Stress is of two types- acute stress and chronic stress, well acute stress can be classified as good whereas chronic has a negative impact.

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The Effects of Workplace Stress on Your Health - And What To Do About It!

Everyone is stressed out in some way or the other and feel frustrated, irritated, anxious and difficult to fall asleep. Some people worry while many consider it far more normal to be stressed out in today's hectic modern world.

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Happy Doctor's Day! But Doc, Please Don't Quit...

To all the doctors, wishing you a Happy Doctor's Day on the 175th anniversary of the first use of ether anesthetic during surgery. Recent stud highlights that 6 out of 10 doctors say they'd leave the medical profession if they were financially able to do so.

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The Power of Vacation in Employee Wellness

Vacation plays an important role in the employees career, as rested employees are more productive employees. Vacation can reduce stress, help prevent burnout and promote work-life balance by allowing for more time to be spent with family.

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How to Determine if Your Employees are Burned Out

In corporate wellness sector, you will com across many burned out employees who are emotionally, relationally and physically worn down. Being burned out doesn't have much to do with what type of work they do and can be found in almost all sectors.

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Addressing Holiday Stress and its Impact at Work

Holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and excitement, but for many, it can be a difficult season for various reasons. The extra pressure of facing looming year-end deadlines, personal, financial, and family obligations can bring holiday stress.

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Dealing with Death, Depression and Denial During the Holidays

The Holidays are an amazing time of year, but they can also be stressful, as there's the increasing intensity of work as the year ends. Adding to the intensity, the holidays are also a time that reminds us of people we have lost.

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Forgiveness in the Workplace: A Wellness Perspective

When was the last time you heard someone in your organization say, "I'm sorry", to a colleague or " I forgive you" to a leader? While we are taught these things during our school time, but it seems to have forgotten on the way to the office.

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Chronic Stress: Do You Churn & Burn Your Days?

During the 20th century, the burden of disease shifted quite significantly to be one from changes in our lifestyle. During the 1900's, pneumonia and tuberculosis were the leading causes of death, but during the 2010, the cause shifted to heart diseases, cancer, etc.

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Being Resilient Bouncing Back From A Setback

We all know that it may be easier to just grab your favorite blanket and run into the comfort of your bed. We talk to our girlfriends, coaches, spouses or whoever can lend an ear and shed some wisdom and we need to find a way to be resilient and bounce back.

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Finding Zen Amidst the Corporate Chaos

Yoga and meditation have been used for centuries to promote self-improvement and positively impact leadership skills. Yoga can be used as a powerful tool to guide you back to your place of stillness and renew inner strength and balance in and out.

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Resilience is the Secret to Long-Term Success

Employers have been utilizing wellness program to help their employees live up to their full potential for decades. Some companies are beginning to realize the importance of resilience for both their and their employee's well-being.

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Is Mindfulness The Cure For Modern-Day Corporate Stress?

September 6, 2015, the popular TV show 60 Minutes re-aired a story on "mindfulness" which it first ran earlier in the year. The story featured the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, an M.I.T. trained scientist, who began teaching mindfulness meditation skills to people.

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3 Essential Tips for Managing Stress

Stress affects our body and brain over time, and if left unaddressed it can cause significant damage to the overall health. Everyday stress can alter our ability to plan and do our job well, as well as gets in the way of effective communication.

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More Than the Blues - Mental Health for Employees and Families

While it is common to feel blue or out of sorts, Americans are more deeply affected by stress, anxiety, and depression. Depression is a serious condition influenced by thinking patterns, social environment, behavior patterns, and genetics.

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Depression in the Workplace: The Unexpected Threat to your Company

Every business consistently focuses on reducing costs to improve its financial bottom line and it limits costs on travel, policies. The effect of an employee's mental health is often overlooked as a factor in company output.

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Mentally Dump for Mental Health

Important tasks that have to be done like the emails screaming for attention, the speech points for an upcoming meeting. All these thoughts are enough to weigh you down and beat you up before you even arrive at work.

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The Bulletproof Executive

Building a business may expose you to serious health issues like stress, strain, and that's what John Rockefeller experienced. If a health crisis suddenly pulls any of your company's topmost people, then your company's momentum could be lost.

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