In this fast-paced and highly competitive world, success cannot be achieved stress-free. With more and more projects to be finished up and deals to be achieved, professionals are going through a lot of stress. On an average, they have anywhere between 30 to 100 projects to finish and deadlines are not easy to work around.
Late night shifts, long working hours, over timings, and filling in the gap for co-workers- all add to the stress of the individual, combined with stress in personal life. There are delays in information to deal with, and interruptions and distractions that slow down the pace of work and demand more time on work.
The high paced life and work pressure have also impacted the eating and sleeping habits of people which just add to the stress. When stressed, people tend to get irritated, frustrated, and go through mood swings. However, it is important to understand that stress needs to be managed in healthier ways. Here are a few ways in which stress at work can be managed in a positive and healthy way: