Stress

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Avoiding Burnout At Work

Defining Burnout at Work Burnout at work is the result of ongoing work-related stress. Living under pressure is not sustainable, and if action is not taken to reduce or remove the cause, then burnout is highly likely. Burnout is reached following a sustained...
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Is Anger Management Possible?

Anger is a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility. It is an acceptable emotion, but how we manage it, is what is important. You Can Manage Your Anger – Nobody Makes You Feel “It’s not what happens to you, but how you react...
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Taking Control of Technology

Never enough hours in the day? What if you could ‘find’ more time? Technology can be both a blessing and a curse when it comes to managing our time? This article will give you advice on taking control of technology and how to make you work and live...
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Converting a Bad Day into a Good Day

Is a bad day really set in stone? When going back to bed and hiding under the duvet is not an option how do you convert a bad day into a good day?   Which category do you fit in to? How often are you seeing people write off the day because a couple...
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How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep when Travelling with Work

Research into the importance of sleep has shown that people getting less than 6-7 hours of sleep a night are more prone to the risk of disease. Sleep reduces our stress levels. Prolonged stress can lead to higher blood pressure and production of stress...
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Effectively Managing the Top Five Causes of Stress in the Workplace

A study by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) into the effects of stress in the workplace found that of work-related ill health figures, 37% of cases and 45% of work days lost, were accountable to stress in 2015/16. With record figures of 64.7m antidepressant...
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