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Anyone who has a job will most likely experience stress now and then.
Prolonged periods of stress, however, can impact a person's health. Read on
to learn about the effects of prolonged stress and simple steps to take to
reduce work-related stress.

You have access to a wealth of knowledge online, including the American
Psychological Association (APA), to tackle work-related stress effectively.
APA's insights offer tailored coping strategies and shed light on the harmful
effects of unaddressed stress in the workplace. Understand stress's impact,
implement preventive measures, and foster resilience for well-being and
professional success.

In this blog, we'll cover the following topics. Find quick links below!

  1. Usual triggers of work-related stress
  2. Consequences of unchecked stress
  3. Implementing strategies to cope with stress
  4. Why choose Senderra?

Why Choose Senderra Specialty Pharmacy

Usual triggers of work-related stress

Work-related stress often arises from various factors commonly encountered in the workplace. These stressors include inadequate salaries, overwhelming workloads, limited opportunities for career advancement, unengaging tasks, insufficient social support, lack of control over job-related decisions, and conflicting demands or ambiguous performance expectations. Recognizing these common stressors is crucial in addressing and mitigating their impact on employees' well-being and overall productivity.

The annual Stress in America survey conducted by the APA consistently reveals that a majority of Americans identify work as a significant stressor in their lives. While it's challenging to entirely evade workplace tensions, proactive steps can be taken to effectively manage work-related stressors.

>> Learn to recognize and address common workplace stressors to enhance well-being and productivity.

Consequences of unchecked stress

Even after leaving the workplace, the effects of work-related stress linger, impacting both physical and mental well-being. This persistent stress can manifest in various health issues, including headaches, stomachaches, sleep disturbances, irritability, and concentration difficulties. Over time, chronic stress may lead to more severe conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, hypertension, and a compromised immune system. Moreover, it increases the risk of developing serious health ailments like depression, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. Compounding these challenges, individuals coping with excessive stress often resort to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as overeating, consuming unhealthy foods, smoking, or substance abuse, exacerbating the detrimental effects on their overall health and quality of life.

>> Take charge of your well-being by managing work-related stress for a healthier, balanced life.

Implementing strategies to cope with stress

Identify your stressors by journaling for a week or two, noting situations that trigger stress and your reactions. Opt for healthy responses like exercise and hobbies to combat stress, and establish work-life boundaries to alleviate pressure from constant connectivity. Recharge by taking breaks and utilizing vacation days, and incorporate relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing into your routine. Discuss stress management strategies with your supervisor and seek support from friends, family, or employee assistance programs to effectively manage workplace stress and enhance overall well-being.

>> Embrace proactive stress management for a healthier, balanced life. Learn more today!


Why choose Senderra?

Senderra provides a comprehensive array of resources ranging from patient education materials and prescription refill requests to financial assistance options.

Have questions? Talk to a Senderra representative today!

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We dedicate ourselves to designing and executing a model to serve the needs of our patients and partners (PrescribersPharma and Payers) in order to make a difference and effect positive outcomes.


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