Feeling overwhelmed and stressed at work? You’re not alone. The demands of a busy workday can take a toll on our mental and physical well-being, but there’s a simple solution that can help. One simple breathing exercise, done for just a few minutes, can increase your mental readiness and productivity at work. By reducing stress, increasing oxygen flow to the brain, and boosting your mood, a simple breathing exercise can help you turn the tide of a busy workday. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of breathing exercises at work, when to do them for the greatest effect, and a simple technique to get started. Continue reading Breathe In, Feel Better: A Daily Workplace Exercise
Mental health is an essential aspect of our overall well-being, and it plays a significant role in determining your quality of life. One of the most powerful tools you can easily access to improve your mental health is the creation of micro routines. What Are Micro Routines? Micro routines are small, consistent habits that you … Continue reading Small Habits, Big Impact: Micro Routines For Mental Health
“Go Big Or Go Home” Is NOT The Solution How Exercise Can Help A Stressed Out Workforce Virtually any form of physical exercise can act as a stress reliever. And stressed we are! 83% of US workers suffer from work-related stress, with 25% saying their job is the number one stressor in their lives. … Continue reading Best Kept Secret In Mental Health: Exercise
Making The Impossible Possible Did you ever rise above yourself because people told you that something is impossible to achieve? Well, at Earkick we decided to address a massive problem that is at the core of improving mental health at scale: Measuring mental health in real time. The challenge gave us wings and within less … Continue reading Tech Leadership In Less Than One Year
The Power Of Habits 💪🏽 We all have them – habits. Good and bad ones, some that we’re not even aware of, some that we could do without and some that we really want to create. Habits are key to achieving our goals in life: Regular practice and dedicated time is what allows us to … Continue reading Healthy Habits: Done Is Better Than Perfect!
We’ve just updated Earkick. You can now personalize the log view and the things you want to log. In the log view you can choose between list- and the new calendar-view. With the calendar view you have a better overview over your mental health on a monthly basis. Press the icon on top as indicated … Continue reading Calendar View And Personalized Tracking
We are proud to announce that Earkick Co-founder and international Computer Vision and AI pioneer Dr. Herbert Bay has been appointed as one of the Digital Shapers 2022 of the category “AI Masters”. Each year a committee selects 10 individuals as AI Masters who are masterminds revolutionizing AI or impacting the world with their innovations … Continue reading Dr. Herbert Bay Awarded Digital Shaper 2022 By Bilanz
Earkick Ambassador Jamal Rizvi On How To Make Mental Health Attractive. Initially, Jamal – a mental health social worker, podcaster, painter and blogger- got involved in mental health through volunteering. He found it so grounding and meaningful, that he decided to become a full time professional. Next to pursuing his current degree Jamal now works … Continue reading Break Down The Barriers!
Sophia is a 17 year old student and mental health advocate. As an official Earkick Ambassador, she knows first hand that supporting peers who are struggling emotionally can make a huge difference in their daily life. Check out how she approaches peer support and what she learned from her own experience with overcoming the very common habit of finger picking. Continue reading Back-To-School Anxiety: How To Help Your Peers
Expert Interview with Journalist & Editor in Mental Health Davia Sills: Why creative expression, high productivity and good mental health require intentional breaks. How journaling can become your super power and how social media can be navigated safely. Find the video interview and the full transcript below! K: Welcome, Davia. I’m so excited to have … Continue reading Learn To Do Nothing!