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Taking a mental health day can be good for you – here's how to make the most of one

By Sandra Walker, Clinical Academic in Creative and Community Approaches to Mental Distress, University of Portsmouth
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When you’re feeling sick, you know it’s probably best to take the day off from work in order to recover and feel better. But while we may know how important it is to take care of our mental health, many of us may still hesitate to take time off work in order to do this.

There may be any number of reasons why you may feel you need to take a mental health day. Personal problems, poor working relationships and overwork are all common reasons – as well as feeling burnt out, overwhelmed and stressed. Left unchecked,…The Conversation


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