Mental health may be improving in the wake of the pandemic. U.S. workers seem to be demonstrating mental resilience as the pandemic shows signs of easing, according to the latest Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition. By end of February 2021, reports show stress, memory, resilience, conscious negativity, risk of post- traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety, and depression had all returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Among some of the positive findings, risk of addiction among women is down 39%, non-conscious negativity bias is down 8%, and social connectivity is up 3%.
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