Did you used to thrive on pressure at work? Some pressure at work can be motivating, even exhilarating, but when the pressure becomes excessive it can eventually lead to work-related stress.
When is work-related stress a problem?
When excessive pressures and demands at work lead to adverse reactions, it may be time to reach out for help. Stress symptoms may include a pounding heart, heart palpitations, dry mouth, headaches, odd aches and pains, loss of appetite for food, decreased sex drive and trouble sleeping. Stress can feed on itself, leading you to unhealthy behaviors that will make you more and more unhappy.
You may find your stress affecting your personal life, your relationships, and your productivity at work.
You can learn to deal with work-related stress
In my practice, I have helped many professionals learn to succeed professionally with less work-related stress and improved feelings of happiness and fulfillment. Taking on more and more at work can win you brownie points up front, but when you take on too much and put your stress levels way up, you are setting yourself up for personal and professional disaster.
In therapy, you will gain insight into what you do that leads to too much stress and what you can change. In therapy, we will work on empowering you in the workplace, to gain the confidence and insight for when it’s time to say no.
Living with less stress can free you to reconnect with what you love about your career. Learning to balance your home and work life, without taking home your anxiety, can give you the chance for a better life.
Get help today
If you are stressed and just cannot relax, don’t wait, get help today. Call today or fill out the contact form and click Send.