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Articles tagged “mental health”

Tourism

The Blogger Destigmatizing Mental Illnesses Through Travel

Mental health has long held a stigma cloud over it, but it's only by bringing it out of the darkness and into the forefront that change can happen. Meggie Tran aims to do just that and destigmatize traveling with a a mental illness. It's long overdue.

The Blogger Destigmatizing Mental Illnesses Through Travel

Tourism

Wellness Vacations Are the Next Big Splurge for Global Travelers

Yoga retreats will always have a place, but it's this expanded consumer definition of wellness activities that presents big opportunities ahead for the travel industry.

Wellness Vacations Are the Next Big Splurge for Global Travelers

Business Travel

Travel Startups Look Beyond Tourists to Coax Businesses Into Great Outdoors

More WeWalk than WeWork, nature-themed getaways for burned-out company employees are on the rise.

Travel Startups Look Beyond Tourists to Coax Businesses Into Great Outdoors

Business Travel

Tour Operators Push Wellness Trips as Relief From Pandemic-Scarred Year

The pandemic was a wake-up call from many, about their physical and spiritual health. No surprise that travelers then are choosing wellness trips as their first getaways as restrictions loosen. Tour operators didn't miss a beat.

Tour Operators Push Wellness Trips as Relief From Pandemic-Scarred Year

Business Travel

From Pop-Up Policies to Bio-Safety Wellness — Managing Corp Travel Takes On New Complexities

Coronavirus has accelerated a range of latent travel trends over the past six months, most related to technology. Now you can add traveler well-being to that list.

From Pop-Up Policies to Bio-Safety Wellness — Managing Corp Travel Takes On New Complexities

Business Travel

Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How?

It will be a delicate operation, but with the right systems in place, health checks could prove effective in reassuring employees that it's safe to get back out there.

Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How?

Business Travel

Will the First Wave of Corporate Travelers Be Paralyzed by Anxiety?

It will be new territory for most travel managers, but monitoring mental health could safeguard not just employees but help secure a company’s future too.

Will the First Wave of Corporate Travelers Be Paralyzed by Anxiety?

Business Travel

Biz Travelers Face Mounting Anxiety and Depression Risks

The link between business travel and burnout is clear, with more frequent travelers experiencing higher levels of stress than infrequent travelers. Risk management companies are getting a view of this problem firsthand.

Biz Travelers Face Mounting Anxiety and Depression Risks

Business Travel

Stress-Related Mental Health Risks Are Rising for Business Travelers

Risks involving anxiety and depression are making up a larger and larger chunk of first calls to risk management companies. This trend likely won't slow until companies make fundamental shifts to their corporate culture.

Stress-Related Mental Health Risks Are Rising for Business Travelers

Hotels

Hot Springs as Wellness Destination Takes Hold in U.S.

This week in wellness news, the hot springs movement gains traction in the U.S. Meanwhile, mental health apps aim to address the rising tide of anxiety in the U.S. Admirable, yes, but it’s debatable whether apps that gamify the quest toward beating anxiety can really catch on.

Hot Springs as Wellness Destination Takes Hold in U.S.