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Tips for dealing with workplace stress
Transcript of Tips for dealing with workplace stress
April is National Stress Awareness Month
Signs of Stress
Train Your Brain
Work in the service industry?
Life Balance and Perceived Stress Predictors and Demographic Profile
OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health
can affect more than your emotional state.
Ongoing occupational stress can lead to greater risk of cardiovascular disease, especially in obese or workers who do not lead an active lifestyle.
Studies show you will have a lower Life Balance Model score, indicating a higher incidence of stress-related illness.
15%-20% of annual work hours may be lost in heat-exposed jobs, such as factory or outdoor workers, and the numbers are predicted to rise as global warming picks up steam.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy can teach workers to reframe negative circumstances as a challenge to be managed, and is especially useful for emergency and military workers, and other aggressive work zones.
Do you live in a city? Work underneath a boss?
If you have stress, here are some things to try...
Perceived support protected against the rise in infection risk associated with increasing frequency of conflict and stress. Greater perceived support and more-frequent hugs each predicted less-severe illness signs.
Tips for dealing with
Turn up the AC!
National Stress Awareness Month
-Worksite Wellness: Increasing Adoption of Workplace Health Promotion Programs
Health Promotion Practice
Work Place Wellness Programs help realize a person’s fullest physical, psychological, social, spiritual, economic potential and fulfill employees’ role expectations in family, community, place of worship, workplace.
Worksite Wellness Programs are business/industry sponsored:
or Safety Programs.
An infographic for
National Stress Awareness Month.
Does Hugging Provide Stress-Buffering Social Support? A Study of Susceptibility to Upper Respiratory Infection and Illness
-Impact of Climate Conditions on Occupational Health and Related Economic Losses
Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health
Posttraumatic Stress Symptomatology among Emergency Department Workers following Workplace Aggression
Workplace Health and Safety
-Occupational Stress The Influence of Obesity and Physical Activity/Fitness on Immune Function
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
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Know the causes and
of stress to keep your levels in check!
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