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Manage stress at work

April 30, 2020

Manage stress at work

Meeting project deadlines, designing marketing strategies, the pressure to perform well, completing the development task in a given time frame and the desire to be an all-rounder in the office-all of this causes an uncountable burden on a working person. Above all rivalry, misunderstanding and lack of communication added to mental stress often lead to the negative environment in organizations. Here are a few tips to manage mental health at work in a better way to endorse healthy competition and motivational environment in the office space.

Speak up
It is noticed that others mostly misunderstand the problematic behavior of one employee and it creates more troubles. Better bring your situation into the open. People will understand you and your problem only after knowing the reality, and that’s how you can see your issue with a different angle and deal with it better.

Don’t keep it covered
Despite several awareness programs, mental illness is still considered something that is often kept in secrecy. It is important to break this attitude towards mental illness. People still feel awkward in consulting psychiatrist or counselor due to the social stigma attached to it. So, always offer your hand to help the person dealing with a mental issue.

Seek help
Talk to your seniors or colleagues who understand you; most of the times it is piled up disappointments and sense of failure that cause mental stress. Discussing your problem with them may help in finding the solution and sometimes venting out your fear, guilt negativity and stress also helps in reducing the stress. When the situation gets serious, consulting a professional counselor is a better option.

Conclusion
We live in a competitive world where the hectic lifestyle and continuous pressure to perform best at workplace often cause physical and mental fatigue. Sometimes, the excess pressure causes nervous breakdown and it may cause physical and mental illness. Many organizations offer counseling services as well. Talk to the concerned person, follow their advice and deal with the mental illness in a positive way and take the help of the professionals to deal with the office stress.

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