Number of the day: pandemic PTSD risk

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The risk of PTSD among workers remains alarmingly high, according to the latest results from Total Brain’s Mental Health Index, up 121% when compared to before the pandemic. Further, sustained attention is 47% worse than pre-pandemic; and for men, the data is even more worrisome—74% worse than February 2020. These findings show a stark contrast to additional data revealing improvements in risk for most other mental health concerns. For instance, the index found a 35% drop in risk for generalized anxiety disorder, as well as a 37% drop in risk for depressive disorder, compared to December.

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