26 Apr Stress Awareness Month
Stress Awareness Month has been held every April, since 1992. The Mental Health Foundation reported that 74% of UK adults have had a moment where they have felt so stressed that they have been too overwhelmed or unable to cope with the situation.
Coronavirus has not only put increased pressure on our NHS but the health and well-being of staff too. That’s why it’s more important than ever for mental health to be discussed and awareness to
This month, the NHS Credit Union will be joining health care professionals and health promotion experts across the country, to increase public awareness around stress and how to help combat stress in this modern-day life.
How can I Celebrate Stress Awareness Month?
You can take part in the Stress Management’s 30-day challenge!
This challenge encourages you to do one action for your physical, mental and emotional well-being each day. You can find these challenges HERE.
The NHS Credit Union will be taking part by revealing our top tips from our team, talking about financial stress and encouraging members to take part in the 30-day challenge.
Follow us on social media and share our posts to help raise awareness.
We will be using the hashtag #CareForYourself – to join us please use this hashtag.