MENTAL HEALTH

Working after retirement age is related to improving physical and mental health - depending on the job

Working after retirement age is related to improving physical and mental health – depending on the job

In a new study published in BMC Public HealthResearchers have found that working at a later age can be beneficial for some, but has adverse effects on individuals with high demand or low pay. Research shows that work is good for mental health compared to involuntary unemployment; however, there is little work on mental and …

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Ignoring the mental health of employees can ruin your business

Comment Today, supporting the mental health of employees has become as crucial to business success as ensuring their physical health and safety. Employers are increasingly aware of the costs that can arise from the stress and tensions arising from social and personal responses to a global pandemic, as well as from the working conditions they …

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Understanding Trauma of Abandonment: Symptoms, Effects and How to Cope

Physical or emotional abandonment can lead to signs of trauma, such as insecure bonding and self-sabotaging behavior. These effects can be managed and healing is possible. Trauma of abandonment involves an intense emotional response and related behaviors that you may have neglected, emotionally or physically, regardless of age. Significant abandonment can cause you great emotional …

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Mental health in the workplace: Addressing employee health and awareness-raising in modern times

Related procedures and jurisdictions As more and more employees return to offices and physical workplaces as pandemic constraints loosen and with an increasingly competitive labor market, it is particularly important that employers are vigilant in responding to the mental health needs of their employees. According to the National Institute of Mental Health in 2020, one …

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The increase in eating disorders after COVID-19 is addressed by new guidelines

Share on PinterestNew guidelines in the United Kingdom may help avoid hospitalizations due to eating disorders. JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP via Getty Images Eating disorders affect almost 1 in 10 people in their lifetime. People can recover fully if eating disorders are diagnosed and treated in time. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the global rise …

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“New connections” created by volunteers to help mental health

After receiving funding from Mental Health Ireland, the Louth Volunteer Center is pleased to launch its New Connections project to celebrate National Volunteer Week. The aim of this project is to break down the barriers of volunteering for people from the priority groups most at risk of poor mental health. The project will run until …

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How Andy Sturgeon’s Garden for the Mind Promotes Mental Health Conversations

This year, the mental health charity Mind is hosting a garden on Main Avenue at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The Gels Back-funded garden, designed by eight-time RHS Chelsea gold medalist Andy Sturgeon, aims to encourage all important mental health conversations and provide a safe space. Andy’s design provides a haven for conversation in Mind …

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Disasters abroad are the main trigger for mental illness in expats

The 2020 explosion, which shook Beirut, killed more than 200 people, injured more than 7 000 and caused millions of dollars in damage, had a significant impact on the mental health of Lebanese emigrants and many of them suffered from anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder ( PTSD). , show the results of a new …

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Statins could protect against depression and boost mental health, says a new study

Statins are a type of drug used to lower blood cholesterol, which helps prevent heart disease and stroke. New research has found that a cholesterol-lowering drug can also help with mental health Statins can help improve mental health, according to new research ( Image: Getty Images / iStockphoto) Statins can lower cholesterol by about 30%, …

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