Healthy Body and Mind

The Healthy Body & Mind series covers safety, ergonomics, mental health, and challenges like depression, anxiety, and drug use.

Overview

The Healthy Body and Mind series consists of powerful films that focus on employee wellness both physically and emotionally. Topics covered include safety, ergonomics, cell phones, depression, anxiety, grief, drug use, and temptation of suicide.

Number of Videos: 29

Total $0.00
Price Per Employee: $10.25

Trainings Included

Safety In The Workplace

Much like the traffic on your way to work, there are hidden dangers in the office that can have great impact. For the safety of yourself and others, it is important to be aware of your surroundings. The office building is not a sterile work environment. Common workplace hazards can be extra dangerous when you ignore them. If you don't have a safety program, start one. If you do have a safety program, enforce it.


Duration 17 min 10 sec

Safety Awareness in the Office

Being safe is not by accident. The good news is that, with proper training and safety products, most accidents are preventable. A company's primary objective is to ensure the safety and health of their employees. Learn the rules for lifting and climbing and slips and falls. Remember, safety first. It is essential to educate everyone in the workplace about safety awareness, requirements, materials, and procedures.,


Duration 4 min

Safety Awareness in the Warehouse

Every workplace has hazards that endanger workers. It is important to understand these unique risks so you can develop an effective safety program that minimizes illness and injuries. It is essential to educate everyone in the workplace about safety requirements, materials, and procedures; and, of course, always keep the lines of communication open. Remember, safety first!


Duration 4 min

Safety from Home to Work

Much like the traffic on your way to work, there are hidden dangers in the office that can have great impact. For the safety of yourself and others, it is important to be aware of your surroundings., The office building is not a sterile working environment. Common workplace hazards can be extra dangerous when you ignore them. Awareness is a choice. Choose to be safe.


Duration 5 min 10 sec

Healthy Workplace

Create a germ-free office. Did you know the average office desk harbors hundreds of times more bacteria per square inch than an office toilet seat? A dirty workspace could make you and your coworkers sick. Workplace wellness makes good business sense. It increases morale and productivity, lowers health costs, and reduces absenteeism as well as injuries. Workplace wellness supports well-being.


Duration 4 min 50 sec

Ergonomics and Your Office

Ergonomics is the science of making things comfortable and efficient. The purpose of an ergonomics program is to reduce or eliminate hazards that contribute to the development of Cumulative Trauma Disorders caused by repetitive motions. Serious problems may result when a certain muscle or tendon is overused. As people and jobs are different, solutions may vary by individuals.


Duration 6 min 30 sec

Ergonomics and Your Workstation

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 2/3 of all occupational illnesses reported were caused by exposure to repeated trauma to a worker's upper body (wrist, elbow, shoulder). Musculoskeletal disorders including carpel tunnel syndrome affects 7% of the working population. They account for 14% of physician visits and 19% of hospital stays. 62% of those afflicted report some degree of limits on activities.


Duration 6 min 35 sec

Cellphones: Avoiding Health Dangers

As with most inventions, necessity creates demand. And nothing proves that more than the cell phone. And with progress comes responsibility. Things we take for granted an easily become abused. There are more than 200 billion cell phones worldwide. Did you know that a cell phone exposes you to a form of electro-magnetic radiation called "radiofrequency"?


Duration 5 min 15 sec

Cellphones: The Workplace and Driving

Driving a vehicle is a major responsibility. Driving safely should be the number one concern for every driver. And yet, despite the risks of injuring one's self, a passenger, a pedestrian or those in another vehicle, the majority of teen drivers seem to ignore cell phone driving restrictions. Talking on a phone while driving can slow your reaction time.


Duration 5 min 15 sec

Aging with Grace

Nowadays, people enjoy a longer life expectancy. However, there are those obsessed with the uncomfortable conditions that come with aging. Since people are often afraid of what they don't understand, let's discuss the facts. If you get to be older, you have survived many obstacles and many challenges. And you still have emotions to express and opportunities to explore. If there is a fountain of youth, it is keeping your mind open, brain active, and making sound decisions.


Duration 8 min 20 sec

Support Your Sleep

On planet Earth, we spend about one-third of our time asleep, and more than 75% of Americans between the ages of 20 and 598 report having difficulty sleeping on a regular basis. And people over 60 may not sleep as deeply as those younger. Sleep is just as important as diet and exercise, and the amount of sleep you need depends on your age, health, and lifestyle.


Duration 7 min

The Chance of Being Positive

An inspiring short film on positive thinking, compassion, and gratitude. It can be said that what we put into our mind at bedtime may well affect our attitude in the morning. The importance of a positive self-image cannot be overstated. Thinking and acting in a positive manner, especially in time of trouble, will help you with coping, reduce stress, and may bring about a brighter outcome.


Duration 3 min 35 sec

Inspiration to Exercise

No matter your age, it is sometimes challenging to begin an exercise program. Sometimes what we need is a helpful nudge. Just a little exercise goes a long way. Here is your starting point.


Duration 2 min

Life Is Like A Journey On A Train

Metaphorically, life is like a journey on a train. Our parents and guardians taught us the rules of the tracks. Going through life, we all strive for connection and purpose. Choices abound as we pass the many stops. The longer the ride, the more the memories. They will bring you comfort when the ride is slow. And remember, many things are up to you. If you see the journey as hopeful, it will be.


Duration 2 min 45 sec

The Impact of Being Human

Multi-Award Winning Film on mental health. The film contrasts how childhood experiences affect perspectives in adulthood. Learn the reasons for addictions, self-loathing, and why we cannot get what we think we need while, at the same time, widen the context of how we look at ourselves, others, and the world. Learn about yourself has never been easier.


Duration 30 min

Heartsounds

Multi-Award Winner. The narrator shares her lifelong fascination with penguins. Like humans, not all chicks look the same. They vary in size and plumage color. But bonding is an important part of raising a penguin, and the parents kiss their babies a lot. Family and friends provide a loving network in towns and villages called rookeries. As they get older, penguins proudly spread their wings and leave the nest.


Duration 4 min 55 sec

Swings

It is extraordinary how special moments from our past can bring joy in the present. It is essential we cherish the precious moments each day as they will bring contentment in the future.


Duration 2 min 37 sec

Wonders

A breathtaking visualization of nature's beauty and the precious uniqueness of the human heart. Presented is a life perspective and sensitive training that will reduce stress. Depression is more serious than sadness. If untreated, it can become a recurring disorder. Learning skills to manage stress will help you cope and become more resilient.


Duration 3 min 50 sec

The Endless Cycle of Substance Abuse

Alcohol is the most widely used and abused substance in our country. In fact, 140 million Americans drink alcohol. 67.1 million are binge drinker, and 16.6 million are heavy drinkers. Most job assignments involve being accurate and alert, require reflexes, and caring for the welfare of their coworkers. Employees that have substance abuse issues are less productive and are 70% more likely to injure themselves.


Duration 10 min 15 sec

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Disturbing dreams, difficulty sleeping, fatigue, mental or physical distress, and feeling emotionally numb are some of the symptoms people experience when they have lived through a traumatic event such as combat, terrorist attacks, child sexual or physical abuse, sexual or physical assault, harassment, serious accidents, or natural disasters. After the event, a person may feel scared, confused, or angry.


Duration 6 min 35 sec

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. affecting 40 million adults. About half of those diagnosed with anxiety disorders also suffer from depression. Experiencing occasional anxiety and worry is normal, but people with anxiety orders experience excessive and persistent fear about everyday situations. These anxiety disorders are often inherited and occur by faulty circuits in the brain that control fear.


Duration 15 min

Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue is a combination of physical, emotional, and spiritual depletion. We are proud of the professionals and volunteers that follow their passion to help the lives of others. And with such responsibility comes rewards for caring and a cost for caring. Caring too much can hurt. Often we forget that taking care of ourselves is an essential component to helping others.


Duration 5 min 25 sec

And It Gets Better

A sincere, touching, reassuring film for anyone feeling overwhelmed, bullied, or severely depressed. Sadness is a normal reaction to stressful events. Depression is more serious than sadness. If untreated it can be a recurring disorder. Learning skills to manage stress will help you cope and become more resilient. If you or a loved one are in emotional distress, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.


Duration 5 min 35 sec

Grieving: The Five Stages

Grief is a natural response to the loss of a loved one, a divorce or relationship break-up, loss of a job, or death of a pet. Some people think of the grieving process as a rollercoaster, with ups and downs, highs and lows. The ride is more frightening at the start, unprepared for the twists and turns - but eventually the bumps subside and once again you feel grounded.


Duration 7 min 5 sec

Grieving and Seeking Support

Sadness, anger, confusion, and emptiness are natural reactions to death. Grief is not considered a mental disorder. However, grief and depression share a number of similarities such as sorrow, insomnia, loss of appetite, excessive sleeping, and overeating. If these feelings or symptoms go on for a very long time, and if you are not coping very well with grief, it may be worth seeking additional support.


Duration 4 min 12 sec

Grieving from a Relationship, Pet, or Rejection

In the circle of life, death is certain. In the day-to-day life, rejection is possible, if not common; and good coping skills will keep your dignity and confidence in tact. People have said that the grief of death may be easier than grief from a divorce because death is not a choice but someone chose to divorce. Our animal friends are beloved members of the family; and it is natural to be stricken by grief when a pet dies.


Duration 5 min 48 sec

Grieving From A Suicide

Providing support is very important during this delicate time. But what can one do when words are not enough? You can spend time with them - and reassure that they are always in your thoughts. Let them cry and talk and vent, even if they say the same things over and over. They may vacillate between the stages, but know in time, they will eventually come to terms.


Duration 5 min 25 sec

Preventing the Temptation of Suicide

Some people can feel trapped and unable to cope with stressful situations. They are overwhelmed and cannot find a remedy within. Pain. It is an inevitable part of life, but sometimes the pain is so crippling that escape from it seems hopeless. The choice is either to reduce the pain or find ways to cope. But people in a state of despair may not be able to process and support themselves in a way that is positive.


Duration 13 min 50 sec

So Much To Live For Today

A very short film designed to show the vast amount of activities that are open to you when you choose. Processing problems is very important - and so is interaction and exercise.


Duration 1 min 40 sec
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