Doctors get it. Moms get it. Influencers get it.
In today’s fast-paced world of expanding work hours, productivity shaming and an “always-on” culture, burnout isn’t selective with who it devours.
Appearing “busy” at all times is now seen as a good thing and those juggling a multitude of tasks at once are considered admirable.
In 2015, 60% of work absenteeism in Ireland was related to stress and a staggering 75%- 90% of GP visits today involve patients reporting high levels of anxiety.
With the rapid rise in employee wellbeing programmes and a culture obsessed with mindfulness, why are we still experiencing such a high percentage of burnout?
Self-care is important all month long but it is often most impactful during your period when your mind and body can need it the most.
There are so many self-care tips out there but we’ve put together a list of our 5 favourites that can help improve your period.
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