Mental Health Recognise Distress
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 tackles the issue of recoginising stress in the workplace. Mental health is a crucial aspect of our overall well-being. If you’ve experienced low mood or high anxiety for extended periods, it’s likely that these episodes impacted your daily functioning. Don’t wait until it reaches a diagnostic level – there are various levels of subjective distress that can affect our daily lives. By being aware of our emotions and recognizing when they signal distress, we can make changes within ourselves or our environment to improve our mental health.
To find out more about Marshall E-Learning’s Mental Health Fatigue e-learning course, please email email@example.com, call 0845 123 3909 or visit the website: Mental Health Fatigue e-learning course.