Worrying too much about your work or the tasks that need to be done promptly primarily causes stress and fatigue in the workplace. Developing pressure from the top management also contributes a lot in our stress and fatigue. Psychologists say that fatigue is primarily caused by anxiety, illness, poor diet, or a sleep disorder. From the obvious to the extremely complex, the cause of fatigue can be as varied and intertwined as the depleted individuals experiencing its affects, and yes, almost totally avoidable.
There are actually several ways on how we could reduce and/or totally eliminate stress and fatigue in the workplace. Following these simple instructions and advice could actually help you solve your over-fatigue and stress problems.
Stop Worrying. Stop being anxious of your next work day. Learn to live your life one day at a time. Enjoy the rest of the day in your hands and if ever there are still tasks or work piles that need to be finished by tomorrow, face it tomorrow.
Think Positive. Try to think positively about your work, avoid negative-thinking co-workers, and pat yourself on the back about small accomplishments, even if no one else does.
Junk the “I want everything perfect” attitude. Stop being your own self-critic. Don’t be too hard on yourself by feeling so stupid when you didn’t meet your expectation of yourself.