Stress is not good neither is eating
laptops as they contain bad things.
It should not be a surprise to anyone in
most of the world that stress kills and if
it doesn't kill you it does harm to your
body, your health, your attitude, your
work, your family life, etc., etc.
Here may be some solutions to help out!
5 Types of Work Stress You Can Eliminate Right Now | Ivy Exec, R. Kress
Chances are, the very same attention to detail and laser focus that makes you
a top-level achiever are going to be the very same personality traits that make
you extra sensitive to stressful situations. So while no one expects you to
magically transition into an executive with the demeanor of a master yoga
instructor, there are some easy ways you can learn to cope with stress without
ever missing a beat at work.
7 Ways Stress Does Your Mind and Body Good | LinkedIn, Kelly McGonigal 07/16/2014
TED Articles - Psychologist Kelly McGonigal used to demonize stress, warning
patients that stress can increase the risk of a wide variety of ailments. Then,
new research changed her mind.
| Forbes, Caroline Beaton 02/18/2016
According to the American Psychological Association (APA), millennials experience
more stress and are less able to manage it than any other generation. More than
half of us admit to having lain awake at night during the past month from stress.
10 Ways to De-stress Your Mind and Body | Chopra Center, Melissa Eisler
There’s good stress … and then there’s bad stress. Do you know the difference?
And how are you dealing yours? It’s important to be aware of what stresses you
out, so you can build a relationship with your biggest stressors and manage the
way you react to them.
25 Simple Ways to Lower Your Stress | Forbes
One of the biggest problems with the modern workplace is that almost everyone walks around in a constant state of stress. That's not good for you -- or for your employer, its customers and shareholders. It is the rare workplace where team members aren't racing from one task to the next, glancing at the clock as they race.
When I was in my late twenties, I was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Doctors
operated and told me to hope for the best. I returned to Japan, where I was
working, and tried to forget about it. The tumors returned a year later, this time
in my liver. After a long search, the surgeons found a new procedure to remove
them, but I knew this was, again, perhaps only a temporary fix. I was a mess for
the next six months. The hardest part of my illness was my constant anxiety
about it coming back.
Stress has a funny way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it, but how
you respond is only half the battle. The secret to winning the war against stress
lies in what you do when you aren't working (and presumably aren't stressed).