Are you hesitant to take a mental health break because of the negative stigma associated with depression?
You can easily feel guilty about not being physically sick and taking some time off if you don’t feel well. But mental health is as important as physical health, and must also be taken care of if you want to stay healthy.
Unfortunately, some work environments do not accept sick days unless you are physically ill. Thus, you will need to decide whether to be honest about the reason for your absence or call it your physical sickness.
Would you like to learn how I helped my patient overcome the stigma surrounding mental health and properly request a mental health time so she can perform at her best without burnout?
Then watch this video:
Benefits of Taking a Mental Health Day Studies have shown that taking a break can help you:
improve productivity and creativity.
de-stress, relax, and rest
understand your emotions
reset your perspective
step back and reevaluate your goals in life
When you are overwhelmed and stressed, you tend to not see things clearly. By taking a break, you will be more focused, more productive, and be able to get back on track. This way, you are not only helping yourself, but also your company, your family, and the people around you.
What have you learned from the video? Do you have any questions on how to handle stress? I will be happy to answer them. I look forward to hearing from you here: http://bit.ly/HHMForm
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Remember, every day is a new opportunity to make good choices that will impact your lifestyle and your overall health.
It’s up to you today to start making those healthy choices. Maintain a good balance between work, leisure, and rest so your mind and body can stay happy and healthy. Dedicated To Your Health and Happiness,