Depression At Workplace?
Are you feeling depressed at workplace maybe as a result of much bullying from co workers, financial issues, low morale? You are not the only one.
In fact 15.98 million of Americans experience depression. And you cannot just break out from it just like that. Just the way you suffer your work also suffers.
Here are some of the helpful things you can help overcome depression
JUST TELL YOUR BOSS ABOUT IT…
Most people experiencing depression are afraid to tell their boss about their health because of fear of been recognized as inefficient to do their jobs.
Psychologist Dr. Nikole Benders-Hadi says speaking with your boss or HR department is important to creating a work environment that works for you.
She suggests talking with your boss in private without any interruption to table your issues and also adjustments you might need to perform in your job.
LOOK AFTER YOURSELF…
Take time to look after yourself. In fact it is the most paramount element in your professional accomplishment.
Getting enough sleep at night, eating healthy diet are part if the crucial coping mechanisms.
Exercises like walking,jogging or running will help to alleviate some depression symptoms.
SET CLEAR GOALS AND WRITE REMINDER NOTES…
One thing about depression is that it will make it outrageous for you to concentrate. You have to set clear goals for yourself and make sure you are down-to-earth about what you would be able to achieve and it should be done on daily basis.
Another thing is writing down lists for the day and and select the key things which would ensure that you are meeting the needs of the most important audience which is your boss.
TRY A PHONE CALL OR TEXT…
Maybe calling or texting old and trusted friends might help you cope although it might be a hard thing to do but a short phone call or text is often enough to move on.
TRY AND GET SOME HELP…
If you are experiencing depression then try to reach out to a therapist about your health issues. This a considerable measure to tackling depression.
In many cases such treatments can fit in around your work commitments.
Remember, depression does not need to be final.
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