How to Get Some Rest When Stress Is Keeping You Up at Night
It’s the middle of the night and you know you should be sleeping, but you can’t. Something is keeping you up: Maybe a coworker tried to throw you under the bus, or your friend said something rude. Whatever it is, you can’t get it out of your head, and you need to sleep for work tomorrow. It sucks.
Stress Helps You Understand What Matters to You Most
We spend a lot of time and effort trying to overcome stress. In doing this, it’s helpful to acknowledge your stress in the first place. Acknowledging it can help you understand what’s most important to you, too.
Three Dos and Don’ts for Handling Stress In the Heat of the Moment
In the heat of a stressful moment, it can be easy to lose ourselves. Everything you've worked on to reduce your stress level could fly right out the window in a really tough situation, but if you can remember these three simple dos and don'ts, you can make it through.
More than 70% of young oncologists in Europe suffer symptoms of burnout
Across Europe, more than 70% of young cancer specialists are showing signs of burnout, the largest survey of its kind has revealed. The results have prompted calls for serious action to address the issue at all levels. Burnout could lead to serious personal consequences for the doctor such as anxiety, depression, alcohol or substance abuse and suicide, researchers warned.
Nurses driven mainly by a desire to help others are more likely to burn out
Nurses who are motivated primarily by the desire to help others, rather than by enjoyment of the work itself or the lifestyle it makes possible, are more likely to burn out on the job, researchers say.
Disconnect with a Mental Vacation Before Taking the Real Thing
The point of a vacation is to relax, but it's hard to take your mind off work even after you leave. Our brains don't come with a switch, they need to be primed. If all you usually think about is work, then before your next vacation, take a mental vacation.
Managers: Less stress when work relationships are good
Managers who enjoy a good relationship with their employees, suffer less dangerous stress at work, according to a study of nearly 3000 managers. Much research has been conducted regarding stress, but not many studies have looked specifically at stress among managers. How is life among those in the driving seat in companies and organizations? Are they more stressed than what is good for them?