Frontline Nurse Burnout And PTSD/Anxiety – Pandemic Mental Health Guide Launched

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Promeza MG has announced the release of an updated guide highlighting the impact of the pandemic on the mental health of nurses, doctors, and frontline workers. It explains that many people are silently suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and depression.

The latest version of the guide discusses the difficulties that health professionals have faced tackling the current health crisis. It also provides actionable solutions, empowering them to overcome these challenges and be their best self.

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Despite the ongoing efforts of countries around the world and widespread vaccination programs, the pandemic is still impacting everyday life for the majority of families. The Promeza MG guide highlights that rising cases can lead to burnout for nurses and other frontline professionals.

The company explains that burnout occurs when someone experiences depletion of energy, reduced professional efficacy, or feels distant from their role as a healthcare worker. This is likely following a surge in cases, and can lead to PTSD for those on the frontline.

However, it’s common that those suffering from PTSD or depression don’t realize what’s occurring. For this reason, the guide aims to educate as many people as possible and encourage nurses and doctors to seek the help they need.

The Promeza MG guide has been designed as a free tool to help nurses and doctors to deal with any stress or anxiety they have experienced during the pandemic.

Studies show that over the last year, the number of healthcare workers reporting anxiety or PTSD has risen. Symptoms of extreme stress can mimic a heart attack or stroke, so it’s important for health professionals to be aware of the ways in which their job is impacting their mental health.

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By downloading the guide, nurses and doctors can get the encouragement and advice they need to overcome the challenges they’re facing.

A spokesperson states: “Since many nurses, doctors and therapists find themselves still battling with the COVID-19 infectious disease outbreak, they are nowhere near the post stage. As the vaccine plays its intended role of creating herd immunity, the number of PTSD cases in healthcare workers is expected to rise and rear its ugly head.”

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