The Chronic Condition Crisis in the Workplace

The increasing prevalence of poor mental health and injury in the workplace is well known. In the United States, depression is the leading cause of disability among the working population and results in almost 400 million disability days per year1. The existing mental health crisis worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the proportion of US adults reporting symptoms of anxiety or depression rising from 10% up to 40%2. The virus itself also contributed to increasing rates of neurological and psychiatric conditions, found in approximately one third of COVID-19 survivors.

Mental health coexists and interacts with general health issues, contributing to more complex conditions over time. Poor mental health is known to contribute to general health complications such as heart disease, high blood pressure, weakened immune system, asthma, obesity and gastronomical problems…

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