Living Well Within the New Normal: Navigating PTSD

June 9, 2022 EAP

Feeling stressed, tired, or down on yourself? This might be linked to how often you use your phone. Studies show that too much online interaction increases stress, reduces sleep, and lowers self-esteem. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to reclaim your brain space.

Ready to start your digital detox? Join us in implementing the habits below – let’s see how big of a difference these little changes will make!

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What Does it Mean to Be “Fit”?

May 18, 2022 Mental HealthValue-Added Partners

The word “fitness” conjures up different ideas. Most commonly, people relate it to physical activities, like running, biking, and weight-lifting---but did you know that fitness is not just a term used for physical health? Fitness is synonymous with both physical and mental wellness.

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Mental Health Awareness Month

May 4, 2022 EAPMental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s human nature to have emotional ups and downs, and it’s healthy to respond to the downs by talking through them. The stigma surrounding mental health is unwarranted. If your body is hurt, you seek help; the same should go for your mental health.

It’s estimated that one in five adults will experience a diagnosable mental health issue. Don’t suffer alone and risk getting worse when help is available.

What kinds of mental health support are available?

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