Fortunately, this topic has gained more relevance and importance in recent years. Corporations are becoming more and more aware of this and with the help of some regulations (such as NOM 035) have been implemented and actions are being taken in this regard; However, we still have a long way to go, but above all speaking up to counter the taboos that exist in this regard.
Now, taking advantage of the fact that we are starting a new year, it is always good to stop to reflect on the different aspects of our lives and what I invite you to do today is precisely our mental and emotional health. is about. How often are we stressed, do we feel tired, in a bad mood, anxious, sad or without appetite? Do we identify our moods correctly? That is, how often do we have many thoughts and block them out by doing many activities to avoid facing and addressing them?
As I mentioned earlier, women are more prone to mental disorders like depression. Although the causes are not well known, experts have discovered that hormonal factors are biological factors that are more involved in the appearance of depression, whether it is premenstrual, during pregnancy, postpartum or due to any physiological factor. The most important thing is to start reflecting and talking about it in order to seek help in a timely manner. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 700,000 people die by suicide every year, which represents one out of every 100 registered deaths. And 58% of these occur in people under the age of 50.
Today we can start with internal information campaigns, where our employees become more aware of this situation and how they feel on a day-to-day basis.