Workplace Psychology: Stress Management in Workplace

Posted on: August 29th, 2016

Source: Jobsdb


‘Pressure’ is the response arose when in face of environmental stimuli, reaction physically and mentally. A suitable amount of stress can become a driving force, which would increase work efficiency and have a more energetic life. However, overwhelmed with stress would affect your personal mental stability immensely. It would also lead to a decline in job performance; hence we should acknowledge our source of stress and learn how to manage it.

There is an intimate connection between lifestyle and stress management. People in urban city would easily generate enormous stress; this affects the balance time spent in social, family and self. Many urban workers suffer from anxiety as they feel more and more suppressed and passive. Under prolonged pressure, this result in a decrease in body defense mechanism. The risk of diagnosing obesity, coronary heart diseases etc would increase. In perspective of psychological health, concentration and memorization skills would shrink. There would also be a higher chance of suffering from mental illness or a suicidal tenancy.

To avoid a pressure bust, we must learn how to manage stress.

  • Maintain a healthy lifestyle by doing exercise regularly weekly
  • Quit smoking and other unhealthy habits
  • Try to have an optimistic mind set and encourage yourself more
  • Create a pass time
  • Meditate daily
  • Have a better time management