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Wellbeing: A different kind of investment
Stress plays a major role in the onset of anxiety and depression and puts us at greater risk for a number of health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and autoimmune syndromes. Researchers with the American Psychological association estimate that social and economic stressors cost the US alone more than $300 billion annually as a result of accidents, absenteeism, employee turnover, diminished productivity, and direct medical costs. The good news is that advancements in the health sciences have demonstrated how an integrative approach to wellbeing can help us to better manage our stress. This approach can help us to move the balance of our days from surviving toward thriving in our challenging environments. While it is true that changes in the world around us, from technology, to social media and geopolitical events, can make respite from stress and feelings of wellbeing seem less attainable, I would like to share with you an evidence-based model for improving wellbeing by investing your time in self-care practices. As high achievers we may be likely to ignore the signs that self-care is needed, until it is too late. However, understanding and investing in self-care can bring invaluable returns both now and later in our lives. Beyond our own health and wellbeing, we must also consider our roles as leaders, teachers or parents. If we understand wellbeing and model self-care in our lives, we have an opportunity to pass on cures for society's dis-ease to the next generation.

Dec 14, 2022 05:00 PM in Warsaw

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