Climate change and mental health: How do we mitigate the risks?

Why is the development of resilience essential in a business?

Resilience is something that is learned by adding experiences, knowledge, attitudes and behaviors; In this way, you can be prepared to face uncertainty and be able to recover, especially from failure.

Undertaking many times can be similar to an obstacle course and the way in which we face them will determine the success we have; Therefore, when undertaking an undertaking, it is necessary to have a series of skills that help us overcome these challenges and one of the most important is resilience , as it helps us to be effective within a critical and changing scenario, as well as converting the crisis into opportunities; However, not only leaders must have this ability, it is vital to develop this competence also in the members of the work team…READ ON

I Studied Mentally Strong People for 15 Years and Discovered They All Had This One Thing in Common
I Studied Mentally Strong People for 15 Years and Discovered They All Had This One Thing in Common

Climate change and mental health: How do we mitigate the risks?

A major literature review highlights the connections that researchers have found between climate change and mental health.

“Climate change-related events were shown to be associated with psychological distress, worsened mental health (particularly among people with pre-existing mental health conditions), increased psychiatric hospitalizations, higher mortality among people with mental illness, and heightened suicide rates.”

The review, which appears in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, demonstrates that climate change is a major risk to people’s mental health.

However, most research on this topic has focused on generating insight into the importance of these risks but not mitigating them.

The authors call for continued investigation in this growing field, with a particular emphasis on protecting people’s mental health from the threats posed by climate change…READ ON

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