dealing with work stress
The most common form of mental disorder is anxiety. It stops a person from accomplishing goals. Worrying about everyday tasks and lack of concentration are signs of anxiety disorder. But there is more to it that affects individuals all over.

1) Laziness or job anxiety

There are cases when a person suffers a top level of anxiety that they cannot even look for jobs. This means that the person does not have enough motivation to do things. Even encouragements seem to have little to no effect. This might not pertain to laziness but could be job anxiety.

2) Combat job anxiety with goals

Lack of goals means having no concrete plan for things to do at a certain period. Create a plan and take little steps at a time. The goals do not have to be profound. Make it doable and easy. You could by circling a job or two in the classified ads you are interested in. The next step may call the chosen job and ask for information about it.


3) Call a friend

Find someone to go with you on finding vacant jobs. When you get home, find a comfortable place to fill it out. Also, you can ask a friend to help you make practice interviews.

4) Jobs as a reason for anxiety and stress

There was a survey released that says the job is the number one culprit of anxiety and stress. Despite technology being a great tool, this can also cause more stress. Many felt that they were tied up with their jobs because of computers and cell phones.

5) Conflicts at work

Most of the workers choose to go on with their jobs knowing their health problems. A survey shows that about 40 percent of people stop work to recover from their health problems. Anxiety, stress, and depression cause some of these health problems.

6) Separate your work from personal lives

Many employees spend more time at work than with their families. This makes them lose their bond and communicate with them. Another reason for this is that the workers cannot set apart work from their personal lives.

7) Unusual working hours

In some countries, companies need longer working hours. Instead of the usual eight-hour job, they spend around ten to twelve hours in the office. When they get home, they are already exhausted. All that they would want to do is rest and so lack quality time with families.

8) So little time, so much to do.

An employee might have too much workload and responsibility that they lose focus.
Sometimes it stresses a person if they cannot meet deadlines and demands. They may even work hard for the money and not because a person wants to. They no longer enjoy their jobs.
Saving yourself from anxiety and stress can save you from mental and physical problems. Seek professional help and take medications to lessen your symptoms before it gets even worse.