This is a Guest Post by Ryan Rivera of www.CalmClinic.com
Stress is more than an emotion. Stress is a poison. Stress puts pressure on your organs that can cause irreparable harm or long term health consequences. Stress damages brain cells. Stress can lead to mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression. It is one of the single worst things you can do for your body.
Yet more and more people allow themselves to be subjected to persistent stress, primarily because more and more people allow themselves to get stressed at the workplace. With the economy struggling and employers overworking their staff, it's easy to get overwhelmed at work without the option of finding a great new job elsewhere.
Although you may have a good reason for experiencing this stress, it's imperative that you find a way to cope. The stress you experience at work may seem minor or temporary, but over time it can lead to very serious health problems, missed work, and a dramatically reduced quality of life. [Read more…]