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Easy Ways How To Reduce Stress at Work (And Be Happy)

There’s a silent killer in your workplace. It lurks in the shadows, depleting your energy, sacking your concentration, and shaking your confidence. Your co-workers talk about it in hushed tones (if at all), and your boss is in denial of its very existence… Its name? Stress. It’s no joke. Countless studies show that excess stress […]

There’s a silent killer in your workplace.

It lurks in the shadows, depleting your energy, sacking your concentration, and shaking your confidence.

Your co-workers talk about it in hushed tones (if at all), and your boss is in denial of its very existence…

Its name?

Stress.

It’s no joke. Countless studies show that excess stress can cause real physical symptoms like headaches, upset stomach, increased blood pressure, chest pain, and trouble sleeping.

That’s not to mention its role in mood disorders like anxiety and depression. In the infographic below, we’ll take a look a look at the alarming costs of workplace stress, the warning signs that you’re too stressed, and 6 simple methods for reducing stress at work – if all else fails… you can never go wrong with personalized wine from Winc!

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