Most of us have varying interpretations of what stress is about and what matters.
We are responsible for assessing each situation, deciding whether something is a threat, how we can deal with it and what resources we can use to handle it. [...]
The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It acts like a storage device which holds safely ones most cherished memories.
A person’s personality is influenced by the brain and even generation of human consciousness which gives a person passion, motion and emotion. [...]
“Seafaring is one of the most physically demanding professions in one of the most dangerous work environments: the sea.” – International Maritime Health Association.
The typical lifestyle of a seafarer is prone to loneliness, fatigue, stress and poor sleep habits.[...]
It is estimated that 1.2 million seafarers are employed on ships around the world. Voyages are several months long travelling to different regions of the world.
Living in close quarters for months together, seafarers become a mini community on the high seas.[...]
W.H.O defines health as “A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
While one definition might be enough to describe health, there is no single way to achieve it. [...]
Achieving “Healthy Ship” and advanced Crew Care, through Integrated Healthcare Services.
Enabling organizations to Simplify, Automate and Organize all their Health and Medical requirements through an efficient interface and value added services.
Building an environment of Proactive Health at an individual level through information and awareness.[...]