World Mental Health Day 2018
Today is World Mental Health Day. The Club places great important on recognising the signs and tackling the symptoms of poor mental health amongst crew. Poor mental health is no different to poor physical health and should be treated the same when it comes to care of crew. Our Crew health team have produced an number of advice sheets in dealing with several mental health factors including:
- Stress onboard
- Panic attacks
- How to spot the signs
- Sleep deprivation
You can view this advice via the links below.
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