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In Stress and Coping

Do you know the fear that might hold you back in life?

As a human being, definitely, you have some sort of fears. Whether your fear is related to your relationships, career or discomfort you need to be acknowledged that you cannot reach your goal. In fact, many of you work hard to prevent yourselves from ever feeling anxious. And if you fail to cope with the situation, it’s more likely, you may develop depression. Your efforts to keep yourself comfortable inadvertently backfire. You live boring, safe life that allows you to…

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In Stress and Health

Are you depressed or just exhausted?

It’s pretty obvious when you’re sleep-deprived. The fogginess and fatigue in your body and mind are unmistakable. But how can you tell if you are just really tired, or if you are actually experiencing depression? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source, 1 in 3 adults in the United States don’t get enough sleep. The CDCTrusted Source further reports that people who get less than seven hours of sleep a night are more likely to report 10 common chronic…

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In Stress and Coping

Can you stay sane in an open-space office?

Everyone needs alone time: arrive an hour early or have lunch outside the office to give yourself a breather. It’s already become popular to work in a wall-free space for decades. It seems that everyone got used to this and do not think whether it is easy to deal with the sensory overload – the unexpected phenomenon in our hectic lives nowadays. The open working space has been accepted by many companies to foster collaboration, employee bonding and an egalitarian…

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