Coping with workplace stress to avoid burn-out is easier by managing your time and dealing with triggers and taking the time to rejuvenate. Prolonged stress that is excessive damages your ability to cope and takes a physical toll on you.
Some levels of stress are not so obvious
Small stresses have a way of piling up on you, while the larger stresses are more obvious and come on with a full frontal attack. Realizing your stress triggers by writing down the your experiences that cause you to think negatively or have a negative response once a week is a great help in coping with stress in the workplace. Becoming aware and being able to name your grief and your reactions is all it takes to identify the source, giving you time to explore and implement a solution.
- Protect your time,
- make a priority list,
- set realistic goals.
- Take your breaks- taking time to recharge your batteries the 2-minute facial to prevent stress setbacks and refresh your mind( see video), or
- Eat and drink plenty of fluids,
- Have an outlet,
- Get other points of view from a trusted source-gossiping doesn’t count and only adds to your stress load,
- Take care of yourself.
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