Unfortunately, stress is a common feeling in everyone’s lives. The American Institute of Stress found that 33% of people report feeling extreme stress, and 77% say that stress impacts their physical and mental health. Whether your stress stems from work, home, relationships or all of the above, we’ve got tips to help you handle stress and start feeling peace in body, mind and spirit.
Tips for Handling Stress: Work, Home and Relationships
Unfortunately, stress is a common feeling in everyone’s lives. The American Institute of Stress found that 33% of people report feeling extreme stress, and 77%...
Attention Men: Don’t Ignore These Symptoms
While seeing the doctor may not be on the top of your to-do list, it’s an important part of maintaining your physical, mental and spiritual...
Cooking When a Hurricane Is Coming
When a hurricane bears down on Florida, a trip to the grocery store or restaurant may not be possible. But there’s one question that’s echoed...
Family Medicine vs. Internal Medicine
When you’re not feeling your best, you want the best care from the right physician. But with so many different types of doctors out there...
Do You Have High Blood Pressure and Not Know It?
Millions of Americans experience high blood pressure (hypertension) every year — and surprisingly, many don’t even know they have the condition. Because high blood pressure raises your risk for heart attack or stroke, not knowing your blood pressure is elevated can put your life at risk. If you don’t know your numbers, it’s important you talk with your primary care doctor about your blood pressure at your next appointment. A better understanding of your numbers and potential risk for hypertension can help Disney Cast Members and Employees chart a plan for healthy living and reduce risk for heart disease.
5 Things Your Primary Care Provider Can Treat
Your primary care provider (PCP) is your go-to for annual physicals and sick visits — but they can also provide comprehensive care well beyond annual checkups, too. We’re here to explain the additional kinds of services Disney Cast Members and Employees might not know their PCP can provide.
Mental Health in Black Communities
The stigma that still surrounds mental health conditions prevents many individuals from seeking help when they need it most. When one is part of a minority group, those stigmas can be even more difficult to overcome. We’re here to help break those barriers and talk about how our Black communities in particular are affected when it comes to mental health conditions and stereotypes. Help is around the corner and should be sought out by Disney Cast Members and Employees whether the condition is mental or physical.
5 Simple Health Goals To Help You Feel Whole Next Year
The new year always brings a new opportunity for change, and these past two years more than possibly ever before, many Disney Cast Members and Employees feel there’s some room for improvement in their lives. Whether you want to increase your physical fitness, or further develop your relationships or work-life balance, January is an excellent time to take stock and set goals. Remember, change can be challenging, but moments of transition are the perfect times to get plans in place to help yourself and your family feel whole. Here are some simple and effective steps you can take to make 2022 the year you feel your best in body, mind and spirit.