Unexpected events, such as the loss of a loved one, can affect your state of mind. But behaviors like eating habits, substance use or an inactive lifestyle can also have a major impact on your state of mind. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is here to offer the support you need to think and feel better.
Managing your mind
Emotions are part of the human experience, but feelings or mood changes can be difficult to manage. Ask yourself a few questions. Do you have trouble focusing on daily tasks? Have you experienced a loss of interest in activities you used to like? Do you drink or smoke when you feel down? Find out if you may need support.
Feeling down, depressed or just not yourself is normal and can be treated. But when those feelings are overwhelming, you may have thoughts of harming yourself or others.
If you have these thoughts or are a victim of abuse, please seek help at your nearest emergency room or call:
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Call 988 lifeline or 1-800-273-8255 for support 24/7.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call 1-800-799-7233 for anonymous, confidential support 24/7.
We also have in-person crisis care options in many locations throughout the state. Learn more about our crisis centers.
Hope is Here
More than 47 million adults in the U.S. have a mental health condition.1 Whether this applies to you or not, it’s important to think about how you cope with stress. Your mental health doesn’t just affect your mind or the way you feel. It can have physical outcomes, too.
More than half of U.S. citizens will be diagnosed with a mental health condition at some point in their life.²
Forty percent of people with depression are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.³
Get tips on living a balanced life, hear from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan members and see your options for care.
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