Stress is a normal part of our lives. It affects our personal and professional lives. This is why Stress Management is an ever growing faucet of the workplace. An article by By Amanda L. Chan from the Huffington Post gives us 7 ways to combat stress.
In case you haven’t heard (you know, because of all the stress in your life) — April is National Stress Awareness Month.
A little bit of stress is good for us, in that it provides energy and keeps us aware of everything going on in our lives. But even though stress is a daily occurrence for all of us, it’s important to keep it in check. When left to its own devices, it can lead to or exacerbate a number of health problems, from heart disease, to acne, to obesity, to depression and anxiety. It can even worsen ulcers, WomensHealth.gov reported.
For the full article from Huffington Post, please click here.
We can all agree relieving stress would remove a lot of problems in our daily lives. Hopefully you can use the stress management techniques to help you become a more productive worker.
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