Putting safety first is a priority throughout Lansing.
Although we tend to think of safety in its physical sense, our emotional and psychological well-being are also of major importance.
April is National Stress Awareness Month.
Mental health awareness has never been more prominent in our country, as the pandemic had a major effect on our lives over the past two years. One adverse effect of stress can also be on our physical health, including increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.
Stress is a normal part of our day-to-day lives, yet sometimes our hectic schedules make it easy to ignore exercise, diet, or sleep; all which can help significantly reduce anxiety and ease stress. Throughout Lansing, we offer multiple resources to our associates including: a Healthy Rewards Program, monthly webinars on different health programs, and a Wellness Program featuring a $1,000 premium reduction.
At Lansing, we exist to make a positive impact in people’s lives. I encourage you to take time to manage stress and to find the compassion to help others do the same.