Mental health nowadays has become common as well as a major issue faced by thousands of people. It not only affects adults but also a large part of youngsters face this in their daily life. You might think mental health is something which is far from you or won’t affect you but in reality, it’s more common than you think. Mental illness causes disturbances in thinking, behavior, or emotion that make it difficult to lead an ordinary life.
The most common condition of mental health is anxiety, depression, and mood disorder. More than 20% of adults face anxiety each year and struggle with some other syndromes, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder (panic attacks), generalized anxiety disorder and specific phobias.
In today’s episode of #Linkedpreneur Stories - Edition 1.2 we have a special guest who himself has been in the mental health space for about 3 years now. I am honored presenting Azran Osman Rani - CEO & Co-Founder - Naluri, A TEDx speaker, Linkedin Spotlight 2019, former AirAsia X CEO & author of 30 Days and 30 Years.
He is here with us to share his thoughts on How to Lead Through Crisis & Uncertainty to Harness Mental Health & Resilience. He will also be talking about what is positive mental health looks like and how to practice it to become more focused and more resilient.
According to him, it is important for human to let go of memories, if you keep those memories in your head then after few days it might affect your physiology because the same hormones that meant to keep us alive are working for nonstop for that span of time which lead to high blood pressure, severe conditions and all.
The craziest ideas come when you’re totally desperate.
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It was truly such an amazing discussion on Mental health issues and what one needs to do on overcoming this. So, If you want to know more about the cause and symptoms and to deal with them, tune in today’s episode of Linkedpreneure Stories to know more from Azran
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