Tag: Stress & Emotional Health

In Honor of Suicide Prevention Month, Start Talking about it

Posted: September 6, 2019

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide has increased 33 percent since 1999 and is rising especially fast among women and young people. Researchers at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention speculate that “a period of increased stress combined with a lack of a sense of security” may be behind the trend. [...] Read Post

Where are YOU on your to-do list?

Posted: August 7, 2019

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Health coaching can help you re-highlight yourself and your family Sixty-six percent of full-time employees say they don’t strongly believe they have a work-life balance. The result? In the workplace, 60 percent experienced poor morale, 36 reported poor productivity, and 41 percent said there was high turnover and burnout/fatigue.* How do American workers begin to [...] Read Post

A Wake-up Call about Sleepiness and Fatigue at Work

Posted: June 17, 2019

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According to a national poll administered by the American Sleep Foundation, more than one-third of the U.S. workforce report daytime sleepiness, which amounts to approximately 5.7 million individuals, or roughly the entire population of Denmark.* Fatigue and sleepiness are considered serious workplace hazards. They are different, but can be experienced together. Sleepiness refers to the [...] Read Post

Post-Holiday Stress: Working Toward a New Perspective

Posted: February 13, 2019

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The winter doldrums are upon us and the post-holiday credit card statements have arrived! For many, this time of year is especially challenging due to increased debt and financial worry brought on by holiday spending. According to surveys, Americans typically spend between $700 and $885 on gifts between November and January. This debt adds to the [...] Read Post

Health Coaching: Expert Insights

Posted: November 2, 2018

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We invited our national board-certified health coaches and clinical health coach for an honest discussion about their experiences. Here’s what we learned: Read Post