Feeling Stressed? Anxious? Worried? Depressed? Resources for Maintaining Your Mental Health

You’re not alone. According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, nearly half of U.S. adults reported that their mental health has been negatively impacted due to worry and stress over COVID-19.

Positive lifestyle changes—like eating healthy, getting exercise, avoiding self-medicating with alcohol or drugs, and practicing relaxation techniques—may help you feel better. But sometimes, that’s not enough. 

These early warning signs indicate you might need help:

  • Loss of interest in things you’ve always enjoyed
  • Appetite or weight changes
  • Sleep changes
  • Anger or irritability
  • Feeling overwhelmed by worry, sadness, or loneliness
  • Loss of energy
  • Difficulty focusing and making decisions
  • Unexplained aches and pains

If any of this sounds like what you’re going through, we encourage you to talk with a therapist. Sometimes a few sessions are all you need to get back to feeling like yourself again.

Click here to learn more about your mental health benefit options, and what to expect when you schedule a therapist visit.

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The EAP (Employee Assistance Program) helps you privately solve problems that may interfere with your work, family, and life in general. EAP services are FREE to you, your dependents, and all household members.

EAP services are always confidential and provided by experts.  If you would be more comfortable connecting with a provider of color please make sure to ask the representative that is working with you.