Respiratory Care Week is Oct. 22-28, and we wanted to put a spotlight on the amazing work of the 100,000+ Respiratory Therapists across the country. So, we did what anyone would do – we asked Krucial Reservists, and they gave us insightful answers. Take a look and Enjoy!
When we look at mental health, we are often only shown the end results of someone who has successfully taken care of their mental health.
Compassion fatigue, also known as secondary traumatic stress or vicarious trauma, stems from working in a field where you are helping or caring for other people, and the trauma or stress experienced by your patients starts to emotionally overwhelm you and affect your personal life.
Watching television, scrolling through social media, or playing video games are all sedentary activities, and what psychologists categorize as passive leisure. While these outlets do help us decompress, heavily relying on these inactive past times to unwind does little to benefit our mental and physical health in the long term.
Our Reservists are on their feet for extended periods of time. It is crucial to choose the correct shoes to support your feet during a shift.
Winter is officially here. The days are shorter, nights are darker, and the weather is much, much colder for many in the US.
Deciding to deploy can be daunting. It requires making quick decisions that completely alter the course of one’s life.
Gratitude is something we regularly fail to remember in the everyday chaos of life.