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6 Tips To Help You Manage Work Stress

...ke you more efficient and help you cope at work, but does it? Or does it just keep you stuck in ‘work mode’ so that even when you’re home, your head’s still at work and you never get to enjoy your down time. Trying to manage work stress by using ‘life’ hours to keep on top of work tasks is a losing battle. There will always be work left over at the end of t ...

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How To Manage Work Stress

What You Can Do To Prevent Work Stress And Burnout BY DR SARAH HUGHES Work stress is a big problem in Australia. To make bigger profits businesses try to limit their expenses and as a result workplaces are understaffed and under-resourced. Where there are demands for employees to take on heavier workloads and work longer hours to meet unrealistic deadlines, issues like workplace bullying and job ...

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8 Tips To Combat Stress Head On

...n, exercise, and healthy meals. Tip #2: Exercise Regularly Exercise in almost any form can be a stress reliever. It releases mood-enhancing chemicals and can help to deplete stress hormones which help you to cope better with stress, so get that workout gear out and ready. Tip #3: Get Enough Sleep Science says healthy sleep patterns are a very important part of wellbeing,so make sure you make sleep a priority. Tip #4: Avoid Al ...

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Tips For Creating A Healthy Work/Life Balance…Yes, It’s Possible

...hat elusive work/life balance. Do you have a healthy work/life balance? Staying back late to meet deadlines and checking emails on the weekend might help you to get things done, but it won’t help you to switch off and manage stress. A healthy work/life balance is hard to find but it’s important for your physical and emotional health as well as your focus and job satisfaction. It’s also not as impossible as y ...

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5 Tips To Help You Have A Smooth Return To Work Post Maternity Leave

...uggling act Returning to work after maternity leave is an emotional minefield. It starts with guilt over the decision to leave your baby to return to work, sometimes out of financial necessity, and sometimes because you miss working and need to work to feel happy, valuable, and fulfilled. For the record, your happiness is just as necessary as your income. Wanting to work doesn’t make you a bad mum. Afte ...

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Work Stress: Tips For Dealing With Common Workplace Problems

...ger-term you’ll eventually burn out. Your boss won’t change unless you re-calibrate his or her expectations. Each time you work through lunch or stay late to meet a deadline, you inadvertently tell your boss – Do you have to work overtime to meet unrealistic deadlines? “The workload you’re giving me is entirely reasonable and so are your deadlines”. Unless you start to say no, your boss won’t know tha ...

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How To Cope Returning To Work Post Baby

...the protocol as well. Tip #3: Create A Division Between Work + Home life Create a work-free zone at home by reducing use of technology, in particular, time spent on email. This will help you to shift your attention from the stresses at work and allow you to be more mentally ‘present’ and engaged at home. Remember, the quality of the time you spend with your child and family can be more important than the quantity ...

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Stress Less Travel Tips

...day BY LY HUYNH Stress less and make the most of your holiday We all look forward to time away, but travelling to an unfamiliar place can also be stressful. International travel comes with a whole host of issues. There’s the stress of arranging flights and accommodation, the physical stress of flying on your body, and the feeling of being out of your comfort zone amongst different languages and unfamiliar cultural expec ...

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Exercise Your Stress Away

...f exercise, many of us find finding the time a constant struggle. Some of us fail to fit any exercise into their busy lives, and this has an impact on our health and stress levels. Worse, we look for other ways to manage our stress and many of these, like alcohol or comfort eating, are unhelpful. Exercise is the best way to manage your stress but it can be hard to stick to your goals. Here are a few tips to keep you on track. Tip #1: Be...

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6 Tips To Help You Say No To Alcohol

...217;ll never change if you under-estimate your drinking. Also make a note of your thoughts, feelings, and activities in the hours leading up to drinking. Common triggers are: the time of day; feeling upset, lonely, or bored; work stress; having an argument with someone close to you; or others around you drinking. Once you know your triggers you can start to work towards eliminating them. Tip #3: Set Realistic Drinking Goals When making any sort...

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