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How to Reduce Stress at Work?

Dr. Pankaj Mandale 2315 Views
Updated: 16 Jan 2024
Published: 24 Feb 2020
way to reduce stress at work

Work invites a lot of stress among the employees due to various reasons like workload, multitasking, lack of job security, meeting deadlines, personal problems, etc. I should be considered severe as high levels of stress at work can cause various physical as well as mental issues like headaches, irritation, increased blood pressure, lack of sleep, upset stomach, lack of concentration, and even anxiety or depression. Too much work stress may also affect your performance and productivity, which will again increase the pressure on you. It’s a never-ending loop of tension. No wonder, work, and stress go hand-in-hand. Work stress is a part of every individual’s life, and one cannot avoid it. To overcome this problem, the smartest option one can do is to adopt various effective ways to reduce stress at work.

  1.  Maintain Healthy Relations: Rather than being isolated and minding your business, indulge in some healthy relations with your co-workers. It helps one to maintain cordial ties, thus enhancing the values of teamwork, understanding, co-operation, etc. Rather than plugging in your headphones and listening to music at lunch, go and sit with your colleagues. It helps you to understand their work dynamics and helps to create a rapport.

  2. Avoid multitasking: You may want to do a lot of things together; however, it will do nothing but lead to incomplete work satisfaction and stress. The best thing you can do is avoid multitasking and focus on 2-3 things maximum. It will help you to focus entirely on the matters at hand and elevate your work performance. It’s always better to have one thing completed correctly rather than having ten unfinished and incomplete items.

  3. Organize and Prioritize your work: You may have ten different things on your list; however, it is necessary to prioritize the jobs based on its urgency and importance. It is also required to be organized with your punctuality habits to avoid unnecessary rushing into the office in the morning. An organized and well-planned schedule will help you reach your decided aim and reduce unnecessary stress. Make sure you work smarter, not harder.

  4. Be comfortable: Being physically uncomfortable at work can also be one of the work-stressor. Experiencing discomfort after sitting on your chair for long hours can cause problems like sore back or pain in the neck, which may causes irritation, thus stress. Also, unnecessary office noise can cause low-stress too. A pleasant ambiance and work environment contribute and stimulate positive thoughts among the employees.

  5. Avoid negative thoughts and habits: Many times, your negative thoughts and negative habits lead to over-thinking, causing stress. Try not to set unrealistic goals for yourself because if you fail to complete those, it gives rise to self-doubt. Learn to fight problems and complications through humor and by resisting conflicts. Always have a positive outlook towards your work and your efforts. The moment you disown your negative thoughts and flip your negative thoughts, it will lead you to work satisfaction and self- happiness.

  6. Try to relax: Opt for techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, or you can close your eyes for a few minutes and stop thinking about the things that are stressing you. It is essential to keep calm in stressful situations as it will help you to focus on the problem at hand without getting distracted.

  7. Look for meaning and satisfaction in your work: Don’t do your job just for the sake of doing it. Try to find purpose in the work you do, otherwise unsatisfied work or work profile will increase your stress levels. If you feel you are dissatisfied with the job you are doing, try talking to your seniors or learn to find joy in the work you do. Make sure that you think about all those things that went right today and how you were productive towards achieving them.

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