Confinement, remote working and new measures effect our daily lives and we are exposed, more than ever, to risks of depression, burnout, chronic fatigue or even self-harm or suicide attempts.
The studies conveyed over these last weeks in the Luxembourg and international press highlight the reality of these threats on the psychology and mental stability of the whole population.
It’s for this reason that Bâloise and VIREO are collaborating to make people aware of these psychosocial risks. How? by making MyMindScan available to the general public free-of-charge.
Used in prominent companies and in high-level sports clubs, MyMindScan is a very easy-to-use digital test which can establish a fair and readily understandable benchmark of a person’s mental well-being in around fifteen minutes.
The objective? To detect the presence of psychosocial risks (negative stress, fatigue, burnout) and increase cognitive performances.
Created by functional neurology specialists, the scan combines internationally approved scientific questionnaires and thought-provoking cognitive exercises to make the brain work overtime. When finished, a concise report appears with an overall view of the situation using 6 factors of mental health:
- work environment
- central nervous system
Each of these 6 factors is represented in the three following colours: green, orange or red.
After being informed of their results, individuals can benefit from personalised advice and may call upon Skillosophy, a company with accredited coaches (MyMindScan & e-coaching certified), allowing them to improve their well-being.
In the past, Bâloise has often stated its position on matters such as health, well-being and digitalisation. Thanks to MyMindScan by VIREO, Bâloise can combine the latter and offer something really befitting to the general public to assist and alert people during these curious times.
Today, each citizen, resident or border-dweller has free access to this test, to assess their well-being in a reliable and interesting way by clicking on www.mymindscan.lu.
The test can also be used for frontline workers (so not just those who are in confinement).