Employee Health - HEART MIND PROJECT

Airline Industry

Employee Health Airline

A leader in corporate workplace wellness with a track record for lowering healthcare costs. They recognized stress is a critical factor to employee health and performance and contributes to rising health care costs.


Employees with 3 risk factors (Metabolic Syndrome)

Results produced reductions in:

  • Metabolic Syndrome
59%
  • Stress Symptoms
20%
  • Stress Symptoms
26%

 

Reductions in the number of participants with:

  • High Blood Pressure
63%

Employees clinical stress reduction:

Results from first 538 employees trained:

Often/Always: Pre Post (10 weeks)
Fatigue 30% 12%
Anxiety/Depression 10% 04%
Inadequate sleep 42% 20%
Rapid heartbeats 18% 06%

 

A second post measurement at the one-year mark showed sustained outcomes.


Comments from employees that completed the program:

Aware of my stress and feel I have the control to change the way I react to it.

My depression episodes are down by more than 50%. I am no longer taking medication and surprisingly feel better than before I started.

I sleep better. I have more energy. I don’t suffer so many body aches. I’m eating better.

Improved communication with my wife. I now have ways to deal with negative people at work.

I don’t have to take my heart pills because I don’t get a tightness in my chest anymore.

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