The lifestyle of digital nomads, individuals who work remotely while traveling the world, has gained popularity in recent years. However, a new study suggests that this way of life may have negative implications for mental health.
The study emphasizes the importance of establishing a support network and implementing self-care practices to mitigate the mental health risks associated with the digital nomad lifestyle. It also calls for employers and policymakers to consider the wellbeing of digital nomads by offering resources and support tailored to their specific needs.
“Working remotely” is still working and weather [sic] is never perfect every day and not everyone you meet is going to be thrilled you’re encroaching on their turf.”