Recognizing And Dealing With Chronic Work Stress

Aug 3, 2016

More than one third of American workers experience chronic work stress, according to a survey from the American Psychological Association.
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While stress is a normal part of office life, too much of it can be counterproductive and cause serious problems. 

More than one third of American workers experience chronic work stress, according to a survey from the American Psychological Association; this costs American businesses billions each year in medical expenses and missed work hours. There are ways companies can help individuals manage self-care in the office and tactics employees can use on their own, such as creating a healthy workspace.

Here to talk about office stress and ways to manage it are Dr. Diana McIntosh, associate professor at the University of Cincinnati’'s College of Nursing and coordinator of the college'’s psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner post-master’s certificate program; and Dr. Cal Adler, professor of Psychiatry at the UC College of Medicine.