Addiction risk on the rise for female employees

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Women’s risk of drug and alcohol addiction is up 65% since September, the latest startling figure to come out of Total Brain’s most recent Mental Health Index.

According to the new data, in addition to dealing with depression, stress and anxiety during COVID-19, more women are turning to substances in an attempt to cope. Additionally, female employees’ risk of sleep apnea has also climbed 126% over the past 10 months, according to the index, signaling complete physical and mental exhaustion, experts say. The index, which is compiled in partnership with the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions, One Mind at

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