Posted September 24, 2018 08:01:00 When you work in an office, you are not at ease with the pressures of work.
It is no surprise to find that a number of us are reluctant to take on more responsibilities as our careers progress, and it is no wonder.
We may feel as though we’re in a bubble and cannot handle the stresses of the workplace.
This is why it is crucial to work in a calm and collected manner and not be complacent about your own workload, according to a new report.
Occupational health consultant Dr Peter Hines says the lack of relaxation and a lack of stress can lead to a ‘failure to thrive’ attitude towards work.
“The stress that we can feel when we are at work and when we get up and leave the office is one of the things that is associated with anxiety and depression,” Dr Hines said.
“It is an issue of the ‘lacking of control’ which is often associated with stress.”
‘Lack of control’, the study found, was linked to the mental health and wellbeing of both workers and managers.
The research found that while employees with low levels of stress experienced better mental health, managers had a greater impact on the health of their staff.
Dr Hine says the study’s findings are important for workplaces to understand.
“We know that stress is a factor in the development of many of the illnesses that people with high stress have,” he said.
Dr Phil O’Donnell, from the University of Sydney, says the stress of work can lead individuals to be ‘lazy’ and less able to work effectively.
“In the workplace we see people being lazy, they may not be as effective as they would be in a more productive environment, and they may be doing more of the work than they would otherwise,” he told ABC News.
Dr O’Leary says employers need to take a closer look at the workplace to determine if a relaxation approach is the best way to deal with the stress.
“You have to understand the stress in the workplace is real,” he says.
‘We all have a mental health problem’ ‘When we get out of the office we can be a little bit anxious but we don’t really think about it as we’re trying to relax, he says, because it’s the opposite of what we’re all doing in our everyday lives.” “
So you have to make sure that employees are not being lazy when they leave and that employees get their breaks when they get home.”
‘We all have a mental health problem’ ‘When we get out of the office we can be a little bit anxious but we don’t really think about it as we’re trying to relax, he says, because it’s the opposite of what we’re all doing in our everyday lives.
“Men are more at risk of depression and anxiety.” “
There is a lot of research that shows that it is very difficult for men to work through the stress that they are going through at work,” he explains.
“Men are more at risk of depression and anxiety.”
Dr O ‘Leary says if you are unsure about your health and feel you need to relax during the workday, then you may want to consider the following tips: “We all need to be conscious of what’s going on in our bodies,” he advises.
“If you feel anxious or anxious about your body, you may need to do some relaxation exercises.”