Expert Tips for Staying Mentally Fit

Time magazine published troubling new statistics on the percentage of Americans reporting serious mental distress. It has increased roughly 700% from pre-pandemic to today, which is alarming to say the least.

With around 70% of Americans experiencing moderate-to-severe mental distress in April 2020 alone, staying mentally fit especially during this pandemic is a huge priority. Here are some expert tips from a few of our Connect Ecosystem Partners that we found incredibly helpful and wanted to share with you – from managing anxiety to getting a restful night’s sleep.

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Urgent: Keep Your Personal Info Secure in a COVID Era (7 min podcast)

It’s not a matter of if you will be hacked, but when. The ‘bad actors’ on the dark web are working overtime, while many of you are working at home. Listen (or watch) this 7-min podcast with renowned security expert David MacLeod, CIO/CISO, who clearly breaks down the necessary steps to protect yourself during this pandemic.

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How Does Commute Length Relate to Medication Adherence?

Social determinants of health can tell a lot more about your overall health than you realize, according to a new study.

Many non-clinical factors can determine if someone is at a greater risk of contracting COVID-19 – something employers should consider when bringing workers back on premises as states gradually ease stay-at-home orders.

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Survey Says: Welltok’s Wellbeing Platform is a Winner

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all types of things when it comes to health, like diet and exercise habits, anxiety and stress levels, financial security, and many others. More than anything, it has shined a light on how people are impacted differently by their personal situations and wellbeing programs need to be both holistic and adaptable in the same way humans are.

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Watch: COVID-19 Crisis Underscores Importance of SDOH (3-min)

The COVID-19 crisis has underscored the value of social determinants of health (occupation, income, food security, transportation, social support and more) data, as information from the CDC correlated that some populations are being disproportionally affected by the pandemic.

By Welltok Marketing