Mental Health Awareness: How can you Manage Negative Thoughts?
Mental health fatigue is a condition triggered by prolonged cognitive activity and it has existed prior to the pandemic. In light of the pandemic, and the extra challenges this brings to the workforce, Marshall E-Learning have launched a CPD certified course to raise awareness of mental health fatigue. A combination of worries about Covid-19, lockdowns, working from home, home schooling, financial and health concerns as well as gyms and leisure services currently closed, it means mental health fatigue is a real issue.This video clip from our course examines how we can manage negative thoughts.
Negative thinking patterns and thought processes play a crucial role in our mental health, as recognized by psychologists. It makes sense that our focus affects our emotions. For instance, if I worry about fainting during a presentation to the CEO, anxiety may set in. Mental health can be compared to weather – some days are sunny, others cloudy. However, overall mental health is more like the climate, shaped by the accumulation of daily thoughts and emotions. Prolonged negative thinking can result in depression or anxiety disorders.
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