Resources

PAS will post helpful resources here for you and your family. You'll find relevant articles, engaging videos, helpful interviews, and updates from our digital partners. Feel free to check back often to see what's new.

MindHealth Matters – July 2022

July is Minority Mental Health Month and this edition of MindHealth Matters looks at unique concerns for minorities when accessing care.

PAS strives to help you and your family with many of life’s daily challenges including financial wellbeing. Whether you are trying to adjust your spending due to inflation or planning your retirement, financial literacy is an important aspect of your overall wellbeing. In addition to the monthly articles in MindHealth Matters, PAS financial consultants are available to speak with you about budgeting, debt reduction, financial planning, and more.

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MindHealth Matters March 2022

Do you need better sleep? Studies have established a link between inadequate or poor sleep and a variety of health conditions. The March edition of MindHealth Matters features a timely article on sleep awareness. In addition, you’ll find interactive information on a wide range of topics, from smartphone addiction, boosting happiness, communication, and relationship tips.

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MindHealth Matters October 2021

This month is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. How do you help someone you suspect is experiencing domestic violence? Learn how to support a loved one experiencing depression. Tackle blended family challenges, take away ideas on preparing a grab-and-go breakfast, and try the suggestions for improving sleep. This issue also includes information on opioid addiction and dealing with compulsive gambling.

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Sleeping Well

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, most adults need about seven to eight hours of sleep each night to feel alert and well rested during the day. Failing to get enough sleep can severely affect your health and perform­ance.

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A Good Night’s Sleep

Most adults need seven to eight hours of sleep to function at their best. Anything less increases the risk of work inefficiency, irritable mood, accidents, and ill health. Although genetics and aging affect our basic sleep rhythms, scientists have observed that certain developmental phases require different amounts of sleep.

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