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15 Apr, 2021
As Americans flock to vaccine sites nationwide, a collective sigh of relief is almost palpable. Yet, for some, despite the promise of protection from a deadly and unpredictable virus, the trauma of the past year is just now taking its toll. According to the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, employees ages 40-59 are experiencing worrisome declines in mental health over the last few months. Risk of PTSD has increased 51% since January; and planning, which impacts decisiveness, is down 10% in March 2021. Further, risk of general anxiety is 86% higher than before the pandemic. Findings also reveal that these employees have increased feelings of panic (9%) and fear (12%) when compared to before COVID-19.
18 Mar, 2021
Last year took U.S. workers on a pandemic-fueled emotional roller coaster marked by alarmingly high mental health risk levels and worrisome declines in cognitive capacities. As we mark the somber one-year anniversary of COVID-19, Americans are demonstrating their mental resilience. According to the latest Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, employees are showing mental health improvements – a continuation of the positive trend set in January 2021. By end of last month, stress, memory, resilience, conscious negativity, risk of PTSD, social anxiety and depression returned to levels recorded prior to the pandemic.
24 Feb, 2021
High Prevalence of Mental Health Risk Amid COVID Pandemic Taking a Serious Toll on U.S. Students' Cognition
The COVID pandemic is having a dramatic impact on U.S. students' mental health which, in turn, is affecting precious cognitive capacities like memory, focus and planning. According to a neuroscientific study conducted by Total Brain and the Center for Adolescent Research and Education (CARE):
19 Feb, 2021
Mental Health Index: Stress, Negativity Levels and Risk of General Anxiety Take a Positive Turn in the New Year
The new year brings promising news for employers increasingly challenged to support their workers' mental health amid COVID-19. According to the latest Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, by the end of January, employees' stress and risk of general anxiety dropped down to pre-pandemic levels. Resilience and social connectivity climbed back to positive levels not seen since before February 2020.
28 Jan, 2021
The state of mind of the U.S. workforce does not reflect the optimism and mental health relief hoped for with the availability of the COVID-19 vaccines. Quite the opposite. According to the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, between November and December there was a 48% increase in the risk of depression – a perilous risk level not seen since the height of the pandemic this past spring. Further, employees' focus dropped 62% – a record low since the inception of the research in February 2020.
18 Dec, 2020
According to the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, women's risk of drug and alcohol addiction is up 65% since September. This alarming news is set against a backdrop of insufficient sleep. Female employees' risk of sleep apnea has climbed 126% over the past 10 months.
19 Nov, 2020
Until now, the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition has shown women bearing the emotional brunt of COVID-19. However, brain assessments taken in August through October reveal a troubling new trend. Men's mental health is declining, and is, in some cases, on par with or worse than that of women. Men's risk of depression is up 69% (154% greater risk than in February); and risk of general anxiety is up 55% (66% greater risk than in February). Between September and October, risk of PTSD went up 68% (74% greater risk than in February). The data show men's mental health risks are nearing levels not seen since the onset of the pandemic.
22 Oct, 2020
According to The Mental Health Index: U.S. Workers Show Signs of Improved Focus; Yet Remain Significantly at Risk for Depression and General Anxiety
Since March 2020, the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition has tracked the downward spiral of Americans' mental health catalyzed by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Until now, data presented only troubling news. According to the latest Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, employees' risk of depression (up 64%) and general anxiety (up 43%) remain significantly elevated when compared to pre-pandemic. Yet, the risk of general anxiety disorder is stable from August to September and risk of depression saw a low single-digit 6% increase. Stress and anxiety levels are stabilizing. And risk of PTSD declined 22% from August to September and is approaching February levels – a sign of continued adaptation to the current state of our world.
17 Sep, 2020
Americans have been living in a highly-prolonged state of unpredictability amid COVID-19. The consequence of this chronic stress, anxiety and depressive mood is the declining cognitive performance of the nation's workers. According to the Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, sustained attention, the driver of task completion, is down 31% in August when compared to February pre-pandemic. Planning, the capacity to make decisions and drive strategy, is down 15% since February.
10 Sep, 2020
Total Brain, a leading mental health and brain performance platform, today announced that the company has joined forces with acclaimed composer and producer John Vitale to create NeuroTunes, a neuroscience-inspired music and soundscapes module to reduce anxiety and stress in-the-moment. NeuroTunes is based on the latest neuroscience on anxiety and stress reduction. This new Total Brain module is now available to users automatically when updating the app.
20 Aug, 2020
The risk for depression among U.S. workers has risen an alarming 102% since February, according to findings from the Mental Health Index. The escalating threat of developing depressive mood disorder shows little sign of abating. Between June and July, the risk of depression climbed a staggering 31%.
17 Aug, 2020
Total Brain, a leading mental health and brain performance self-monitoring and self-care platform, today announced the appointment of Melissa Frieswick to the position of Chief Revenue Officer. In this key leadership role, Frieswick is responsible for aligning Total Brain's sales and customer success efforts to drive sustained revenue growth. This appointment is effective immediately. Frieswick will report to Total Brain CEO Louis Gagnon.
31 Jul, 2020
Total Brain Limited's (ASX:TTB): Total Brain Limited develops and sells brain health products in the United States. The...
17 Jul, 2020
June Brings Some Mental Health Relief For U.S. Workers; But Risk For Mental Health Conditions Remains High
According to the Mental Health Index by Total Brain, the number of employed adults at risk for mental health conditions remained alarmingly elevated when comparing February, pre-pandemic, with June. Data, released today, shows:
16 Jun, 2020
Working Women Bear The Emotional Brunt Of COVID-19; Anxiety Driving Poor Workplace Performance According To The Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition
As COVID-19 continues to sweep the globe, the emotional and cognitive toll on Americans remains ever present; but for working women, the impacts are greater. According to the May Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, anxiety levels for working women have increased 52% since February versus 29% for their male counterparts. Further, women's level of depressed mood has increased 83% versus 36% for men. Women are also at a greater risk than men for general anxiety disorder (98% vs. 67%) and depression (177% vs.134%).
21 May, 2020
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19 May, 2020
New Mental Health Index Cites Risk Of Addiction, Depressive Disorder And PTSD Doubled Since Beginning Of COVID-19 Crisis
Working Americans' risk of addiction, depressive disorder and PTSD has doubled between February and April 2020, according to The Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition powered by Total Brain in partnership with One Mind at Work. Not surprising, feelings of stress rose 38 percent, anxiety 54 percent and depressive mood 61 percent. Data shows that the marked spike in declining mental health corresponds with the rise in U.S. COVID-19 cases.