Ways to relieve work stress

It is noteworthy that with the recent economic crisis, those who have to make important decision have seen an increase in pressure and stress

Friday, November 14, 2008

Stress is good and can be bad (distress), depending on its intensity. While stress is an innate part of the human being, and is need for action, it can also cause serious damage to the health of business persons, leaders, and workers, negatively affecting the performance of the company.

Work stress can cause fatigue, anxiety, panic attacks, loss of concentratin, heart disease, etc.

Bad stress can be avoided. Proper management of stress will translate into more work productivity, less absenteeism, and better work quality.

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