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##!%$# Curse Much? Could Just Be Your Brain in Pain

##!%$# Curse Much? Could Just Be Your Brain in Pain

What do you usually do when you stub your toe hard or hit your thumb with a hammer instead of the nail you’re holding? If you’re like many of us, you probably let loose with an expletive you wouldn’t want your kids or grandmother to hear.

Alternatives to Long-Term Opioids Needed Following Surgery, Research Shows

Alternatives to Long-Term Opioids Needed Following Surgery, Research Shows

The longer a post-surgical patient is on opioids, the greater the chances of misuse. New research out of Harvard shows that each week of opioid use coincides with a 20 percent increased risk of dependence, abuse or overdose. Also, every refill increased the risk by 44 percent, with the first refill more than doubling the risk.

Early CBT Intervention Changes Lives, Saves Money for WC Payers

Early CBT Intervention Changes Lives, Saves Money for WC Payers

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) uses a holistic approach to help people with delayed recoveries. It is short-term, goal-oriented, and has its roots in evidence-based medicine. It also enhances employee engagement and resilience. The following explains the success of this therapy:

Consider Trauma-Related Psychosocial Risks at Halloween Celebrations

Consider Trauma-Related Psychosocial Risks at Halloween Celebrations

It’s Halloween – a day that can be a great opportunity for team building and comradery at an organization. Many companies celebrate with costume and decorating contests, parties and pumpkin carvings. But for some employees, the day can evoke feelings ranging from mild discomfort to downright terror.

Woe is Me! A Day in the Life of a Tapering Opioid User

Woe is Me! A Day in the Life of a Tapering Opioid User

Woe is Me! A Day in the Life of a Tapering Opioid User Sometimes things have to get worse before they get better. As much as we wish all injured workers who taper off long-term opioid therapy could feel terrific throughout the process, that’s just not the case. Most...

Time to Face the Music: The PTSD Survival Guide

Time to Face the Music: The PTSD Survival Guide

Time to Face the Music: The PTSD Survival Guide After experiencing a traumatic event, a person often uses avoidance behavior to deal with the pain. The person will avoid people, things or sensations that spark horrific memories. In the case of a worker with...

Focus, Focus, Focus: The dangers of multitasking and how CBT can help

Focus, Focus, Focus: The dangers of multitasking and how CBT can help

It’s very rare that an individual can actually perform two or more tasks at the same time. Most of us are serial unitaskers. Trying to multitask produces changes in the brain that can cause depression, anxiety and actually decrease productivity. You read that correctly– decrease productivity. In short, multitasking is bad for your overall mental health. Fortunately, you can train your brain to be more effective at focused serial unitasking.

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