Chronic stress

A toxic job can make you sick in a multitude of ways.
Your body might be trying to tell you something.
According to an article in JAMA Internal Medicine, stress is at least partially to blame for 60 to 80 percent of primary
For SELF, by Korin Miller. It has more of an impact than you might think. You’re no doubt well aware of the fact that stress
Don't invite chronic stress to take up residence in your world because life is too short and you deserve better. Get a handle on the stress in your life and show yourself some love with these five lifestyle strategies.
I eventually pulled myself out of the burnout spiral and made it my mission to study the illness that almost took me down. As I lecture and train busy professionals in the skills that help build stress resilience and prevent burnout, I hear certain myths about burnout repeatedly. These five myths about burnout need to be busted.
These kinds of results seem to be pretty universal across the board. According to the American Psychological Association's
While it's no secret that sustained levels of stress are not good for your health, there is more to the stress story than "stress is bad." As it turns out, how you perceive stress is just as important as the amount of stress you're experiencing.
Change up your surroundings. Stressors are also deemed positive or negative by the attitude we bring to the table about them
Chronic stress can shrink your brain A 2008 study on mice found that even short-term stress could lead to communication problems
Not surprisingly, an article published in the American Journal of Nursing states that caring for someone with dementia is particularly challenging, causing "more severe negative health effects than other types of caregiving."
Missing the point of life doesn't make sense -- but then a lot of things we do are irrational when we're under the influence of myopia, a specialty of chronic stress and its final stage, burnout.
Lack of sleep is linked to several health concerns: With any illness, injury or sniffle, you'll hear one common suggestion
Long-term stress and anxiety can also alter the body's metabolism, which could lead to weight gain and possibly obesity. One
When you're taking responsibility for your response to stress, you have the power to change it.