Stress is a rising and common concern in recent years, with the World Health Organization calling stress “the health epidemic of the 21st century. Those who work in the healthcare industry are especially familiar with the weight of stress due to unpredictable, high-pressure environments and long days.
5 Ways Stress Impacts the Healthcare Worker
Compounding this issue, medical professionals often work nights and rotating shifts, which can lead to severe sleep deprivation and shift work sleep disorder (SWSD). In fact, 25-30% of those regularly working shifts note excessive fatigue and insomnia. The care provider’s condition also has an impact on patients and colleagues.
5 Ways Sleep Deprivation Impacts the Healthcare Worker
CalmCircle offers stress management, mental rest, relaxation and sleep support for healthcare professionals and patients. The innovative web-based program is designed to provide support and mental training in the workplace or at home. The program is available to team members 24/7 through smartphones, tablets and laptops.
THE GOAL: Through CalmCircle’s program, users learn lifelong skills in a curriculum-based setting. Practiced on a daily or regular basis, users become independent in these techniques and are able to better manage stress and reset oneself both mentally and physically.
CalmCircle offers four simple ways for healthcare professionals and patients to improve their sense of well-being, manage stress and improve sleep quality.
Stress management and meditation are well-documented practices proven to positively impact health, production and attitude. CalmCircle’s system empowers users to take control of stress levels, leading to numerous benefits including increased focus, mental well-being and positivity.
“I have a moment to myself where I can cast away the physicality of the world for a few minutes and settle in to my inner world.”
“It helps when the day is overly stressful to be able to take a moment to gather my thoughts.”
“It’s a great way to start the day with a calm refreshed mind, especially after traffic. Breathing and calming prior to starting the day.”
Contact us today to learn more about bringing stress relief to your organization.