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Self-isolation has evoked a return to the roots of wellness — not as a trend to buy into, but as simply looking after ourselves and others.
These are unprecedented times that we are living in. This article provides different strategies for coping with stress.
How WFH affects mental health. Is it clinical depression or WFH blue? How to feel better. Handling stress, anxiety, and loneliness.
Over the last month, we’ve all had to adjust to new routines, roles, and expectations around work. As with any transition, many of us have been doing the best we can to adapt—finding we can only be reactive, not proactive.
But how are you doing now?
There are many supports, services and treatment options that may help. A change in behavior or mood may be the early warning signs of a mental health condition and should never be ignored.
Dr. Mike Evans of the American Institute of Stress offers one tangible, practical solution for stress that each of us can try. Though clearly not a catch-all answer, Dr. Evans’ novel approach puts the onus on the stressed rather than the stressors. That’s right: your stressful job is not the problem; you are.
When it comes to stress, it’s likely no surprise that financial concerns are often at the top of the list of culprits; it impacts employees’ productivity, confidence, and sense of well being at work. Luckily, effective solutions are not out of reach.
Try these two sneaky tricks to make your comfort food healthier.
You can take steps to reduce your salt and fat intake by making small lifestyle changes, opting for flavorful alternatives, and substituting ingredients.
If you or any of your dependents take maintenance medications – either as treatment for a health condition or as a preventive measure — read on to discover how your entire `ohana (at work or at home) could save time and money on prescription refills.
Snacking can be a great way to give yourself a bit of a lift between meals, but it’s important to make strategic choices so you’re not fueling up on empty calories.