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  • SolveCasters
    However, another part of this shared experience is facing racism, discrimination and inequity that can significantly affect a person’s mental health. Being treated or perceived as “less than” because of the color of your skin can be stressful and even traumatizing. Additionally, members of the Black community face structural challenges accessing the care and treatment they need. https://www.nami.org/Your-Journey/Identity-and-Cultural-Dimensions/Black-African-American
    2021-04-30
  • SolveCasters
    So there have been several several several studies that have noted the sort of detrimental impact of racism on mental health symptoms these sort of detrimental effects are long-term I mean so racism has been linked for people of color to anxiety and associated symptoms depression overall psychological distress trauma symptoms blood pressure heart rate any number of sort of mental and physical health symptoms have been linked to racism for folks of color https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQYj0R9k6Vs
    2021-03-28
  • SolveCasters
    Even as we're all in the midst of COVID, I think it's allowed everyone to take a step back and maybe spend some time recognizing who they are, meaning like they're taking a step out of their typical atypical day of going to work, getting in their car, doing this, and it's making them recognize what can they do within their own space? Meaning how can they self-soothe when they're overwhelmed, how do you provide self care? What does self care look like to you? And I think that goes to eating disorders, but just in every functional life too, is when you are stressed, how do you de-stress. What are those healthy things? http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15227-communication-eating-disorders-with-kaitlyn-chana
    2021-03-25
  • SolveCasters
    https://www.healthline.com/health/rise-in-asian-american-discrimination-is-causing-mental-health-crisis
    2021-04-30
  • SolveCasters
    I've always jokingly said, like I have a toolkit and whenever I get stressed or overwhelmed, I have a card of 10 things that I do. So the first one is that maybe it's writing out, what's causing me to be stressed and different things. The second one is going for a walk. Maybe it's calling three friends, writing, saying affirmations, whatever the case is. I think it's okay. Teaching yourself, how to provide self care in a time when like you have, new control of what's happening around you. And that doesn't have to be right now. That's even with any type of, illness. It's like, how do you soothe yourself when. You have no control of the outside environment. The only thing that you can control is yourself. And that's the beautiful thing is you have a choice. You have a choice in your activities of which ones you want to engage in and which ones you don't, and you have a choice in how you want to help yourself. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15227-communication-eating-disorders-with-kaitlyn-chana
    2021-03-25
  • SolveCasters
    I think mental health is becoming more of an issue or an opportunity, I think, because even before people were experiencing different mental health issues at work, but they were just disconsidered and now more and more CEO's and obviously the HR department, which is probably the department which should be responsible for this and taking this more into account, how personal lives and what's happening outside of their control with Covid is impacting their work and being a bit more flexible concerning this and being more willing to let people off, even if it's not a disease, it's simply if they have a bad day mentally or emotionally. So I think this whole topic became front stage because of this difficult times we're all experiencing. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15111-predicting-the-future-of-work-with-david-timis-outgoing-curator-at-brussels-global-shapers-hub
    2021-03-25
  • SolveCasters
    There was actually no difference in the prevalence of mental health symptoms across seniority levels. So the likelihood that someone in the C-suite had a mental health, the symptoms was just as likely as an entry level, individual contributor. And so that I think really reframes how we think about who has a mental health challenge, right? It's not necessarily the low performer that I think a lot of people tend to think of. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15239-creating-a-mentally-healthy-workplace-with-kelly-greenwood-ceo-mind-share-partners
    2021-03-12
  • SolveCasters
    Perhaps to some extent that view has been tempered by a sense of need. The Poll found that sports on TV – even without fans – has had a positive effect on the American psyche over the course of the last year. Thirty-nine percent of the general population – self-described fans and non-fans alike – say that sports on TV has had a positive effect on the mental health of most Americans, while 33 percent cite sports as being beneficial to their own mental health. https://www.shu.edu/business/news/seton-hall-sports-poll-on-sports-and-mental-health.cfm?fbclid=IwAR0JeAzFs3agipu1IJc7aKIr3QaklNZX5YWiwW7MpPfJsQHaaJ_9tl93pJU
    2021-03-29
  • SolveCasters
    What I'm about to tell you is something that we do every day pandemic or not. it's important that you, have a safe or self care plan. And my self-care plan is, is five things diet I'm on the keto diet, intermittent fasting, exercise. I've got some immuno stretchy bands. I got an old, Nordic track. A good night's sleep and we'll come back to how that plays in, in a minute on another tip, medication, if indicated and meditation, medication, by the way, if you, and I would say, if you are, thinking, Hey, I may be depressed, have a tele-health mental health, evaluation. And if medication is indicated, There's now a cheek swab DNA test. They take your DNA, they put it up against the long list of antidepressants and they tell you which couple will work best with your metabolism. So diet, exercise, sleep, meditation medication http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/14589-solving-for-social-distancing-and-mental-health-with-frank-king
    2021-03-26
  • SolveCasters
    Gamification. This is how I get out of bed. Some mornings when I don't want to get out of bed, it's a game. I make a list of six things, a to do list. And when I scratch off number six, Chris. I'll scratch off. Number six, I can go back to bed, pull the covers over my head and binge watch Netflix. Cause I win. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/14589-solving-for-social-distancing-and-mental-health-with-frank-king
    2021-03-26
  • SolveCasters
    They talked to a guy in space who spent a year in the space station pretty much all by himself, except when they were delivering groceries, how they said, did you make it in that kind of social business thing? Like light years? And he said one word - routine. He said, you got to go to bed same time. Get up at the same time, have your meals at thesSame time. Meditation, same time, exercise, same time your Netflix same time. And I would also add to that, keep your media consumption to an hour or so a day. and pick your sources. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/14589-solving-for-social-distancing-and-mental-health-with-frank-king
    2021-03-26
  • SolveCasters
    Understanding the role that stigma can play... personal stigma, institutional stigma in preventing people from getting treatment and then maintaining their recovery. I think being knowledgeable about the kind of larger context that gave rise to addiction can help undermine the belief that some people might have that this is a personal failing and also being aware of our language. There's been a significant amount of research that using certain words over others may make it more difficult for policymakers to pass legislation that deals with this or makes it more difficult for doctors and other healthcare providers to treat those with addiction. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15292-opioid-epidemic-tackling-community-decay-and-loneliness-with-sarmed-rashid
    2021-02-02
  • SolveCasters
    When you're in contact with people and we're more connected than we ever have been FaceTime, zoom, pick up the old fashioned phone and call somebody. Here's what I recommend you do rather than say, Hey listen, was anything ever need? No, be proactive. Do you need to run to the grocery store or the pharmacy? Do you need to need somebody to walk off the dog? Give you a break. Make suggestions. Your grass is getting long. Can I come over and cut the grass? So rather than just go "anything, anytime you ever need anything, give me a call"... suggest things that you think they might need, while they are, cause it may be guaranteeing they may just be socially isolating. They may be depressed and that's why the grass has got long. be proactive and suggest things you are willing to do. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/14589-solving-for-social-distancing-and-mental-health-with-frank-king
    2021-03-26
  • SolveCasters
    So what I like to say is that. It's not our job to monitor every single thing that goes on and we have to stay in our lane. So it's important for us to be informed, but we are not the ones who are going to go to DC and take care of business. So it's okay. If we take off some of the alerts from our phones and get updates maybe in the morning and the night, I think we'll be happier in between those two times. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/14823-solving-for-emotion-and-the-news-media-with-dr-Alison-dagnes
    2021-03-26
  • Bill Gates
    The mental health of being confined you know a lot of these secondary things are harder to measure than the deaths of course even the deaths we don't find that totally easy to get right but the negative effects outside the deaths are even greater including things like educational deficits that you know a lot of kids will lose more than a year of schooling uh during this this whole process so it's it's a pretty broad impact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IUCPEDuj1A
    2021-03-27
  • SolveCasters
    It's the asking the why questions? Why do you feel that way? Why did it drive you here? And so all those questions are so critical and key and sometimes, and business, and even in our personal lives, we're always on the go. And we don't take the time to ask the why. And I think every organization and every company has to take that moment to ask the why, because if you don't, then you could have an employee that's in the midst of a crux, and they can't get the support that they need. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15227-communication-eating-disorders-with-kaitlyn-chana
    2021-03-25
  • Simone Biles
    i've always said take take it one day at a time and i think that's helped me stay sane on all of those levels in and out of the gym because if i focus on one day at a time then i don't get too wrapped up in it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsQk9rpls38
    2021-09-28
  • SolveCasters
    84% of babies in the U S are not reaching the exclusive breastfeeding period of six months. Parents are moving to infant formula. Feeling incredible shame and stigma and guilt and frustration that's the only option they have. And so really, as long as we are able to prove through the normal regulatory bodies that it's safe, people really don't have a lot of questions about anything else. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15379-technology-for-the-production-of-breast-milk-outside-the-body-with-michelle-eger-co-founder-ceo-at-biomilq
    2021-04-01
  • SolveCasters
    [Nostalgia], it's definitely a warm, fuzzy blanket that we could put on, you know, when going through it. On sobriety, for me, there's nothing more important than staying in the moment because it's all we have, but there's nothing wrong, especially if you're looking back at the past. And enjoying, you know, what once was, as long as you don't live in the past, because you don't want to live in the future and you want to live in the past. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15236-solving-for-saving-pop-culture-and-literary-landmarks-with-danny-boy-oconnor
    2021-03-26
  • SolveCasters
    I thought it was an opportunity to maybe enlighten and share our viewers a little bit more about what is this mental illness and how does it encompass a one where it could also take someone's life. And eating disorders really hurts our bodies. It confuses our minds and it bruises our soul. So I always like to say, we have to ask the question: What is this desire of self-loathing body hatred? How do we get there? Why is this the case of, of always thinking we're not good enough, we're not smart enough. We're not pretty enough. We're not worthy enough. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15227-communication-eating-disorders-with-kaitlyn-chana
    2021-03-25
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