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“The ‘winter blues’ are real, and fairly common,” says Dr. Judith Overton, a psychiatrist and medical director at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee.
“Physical touch meets an essential human need,” says Dr. Jeanne James, pediatrician and chief medical officer for BlueCare Tennessee.
Tracy Terpstra, licensed mental health therapist and behavioral health expert for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says identifying the unhealthy habits that may be affecting you is the only way to reset.
Kami Neeley, director of strategic wellness consulting at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says modern employees expect their company to support them as a whole person.
Four BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee employees provide tips that have helped them work from home more successfully.
“We don’t give stress enough credit for how detrimental it can be to the body,” says Dr. Kelsey Vickers, physical therapist at BlueCross BlueShied of Tennessee.