When working in any job, the environment you’re in is open to fast-moving change and challenge. Expanding workloads, a change in roles, more or different responsibilities, and more pressure can all bring demands that you need to prepare for and deal with. While some people successfully thrive on pressure and change, while appearing unaffected by anything that’s thrown at them, for others, it’s more difficult to adjust and cope with. The key difference comes down to how any employee or manager builds personal resilience in the workplace.
We’ve all heard of stress and suffer from it from time to time, but with the kind of hectic lifestyles many of us lead, it can be hard to escape it. From busy schedules at work to coping with personal issues, stress can be everywhere. But while some stress can actually be good for you, when it gets out of control, it can have a severe impact on your mental and physical health.
When depression takes hold, life can seem bleaker, harder, and more challenging on many different levels – even things we usually take for granted like getting up and on with our day or meeting friends. Let’s explore more about what depression is, what causes it, and tips on how you can live with it and overcome it.
Panic is something we all experience. It’s a natural reaction when we feel momentarily confused, frightened, or overwhelmed. But suffering from panic disorder means the same reaction can happen with no warning, at any time, in any situation through frequent panic attacks. So how can you manage them so panic disorder has less of an impact on your life?
You, or anyone else, can experience a range of different types of common mental health problems at any time. But while you might be experiencing one or more symptoms, you may have no definitive symptoms at all and are just finding things hard to cope with. The key is understanding what the most common mental health problems are and how you can manage them to ensure good mental health.