Happy at work despite burnout? You can with these 4 rules

Happy at work despite burnout

Stressed and Happy: A Paradox? Scientific research and research daily warns of the side effects of stress, but from a recent statistic, it seems that some American office staffs have found their own way to happiness. Yes, theirs: the most stressed. To say it is the Staples Advantage Workplace Index, a product analyzing working conditions in more than 2600 offices in USA and Canada. How can you admit that you are both satisfied and stifled by your commitments? Continue reading “Happy at work despite burnout? You can with these 4 rules”

Fighting Stress and Aging at the Table? Here are the 10 foods to bet on

Fighting Stress and Aging at the Table

When we are undergoing chronic stress, our body is looking for some relief and it does – as if it were self-medication – through food. If we eat sweets, sweets, salads and junk foods, we usually raise serotonin levels, which immediately give us a sense of contentment, pleasure and serenity. What we do not notice is that it also triggers the food craving or the spasmodic search of other carbohydrate-rich foods. Continue reading “Fighting Stress and Aging at the Table? Here are the 10 foods to bet on”

The 8 signals you should go from the analyst

The 8 signals you should go from the analyst

Everyone happens to cross periods of stress, sadness, mourning, and conflict situations, and when you feel down it can be difficult to realize that it is time to tackle your problem by approaching a professional. As far as identifying and treating diagnosable mental illnesses is a priority within the psychiatric community, offering psychological help to those who do not have easy identification problems can be equally important. And beyond all that unnecessary suffering, refusing the help of those who are bad can end up even worsening their situation. Continue reading “The 8 signals you should go from the analyst”