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Coping With Anxiety in the Workplace

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Coping With Anxiety in the Workplace

Postby julieaddis » Sat Feb 18, 2017 1:40 am

Coping with anxiety in the workplace if you suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder may be an extremely challenging task. His Secret Obsession Everyone experiences anxiety to one degree or another in their lives. It is considered to be a standard and normal reaction to the various types of stress that we experience in life. It is, essentially, a coping mechanism.

However, as with any other thing in life, too much may prove to be quite negative. When an individual has obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is an anxiety disorder in itself, any form of anxiety may prove to be quite complicated. This is especially true when it comes to the workplace.

If you have recently been diagnosed, it is likely that you know and understand what it is and the symptoms that you experience with it. If you do not understand the condition, it is important to learn as much as you possibly can about it. As stated previously, it is an anxiety based disorder that is often accompanied by thoughts that happen frequently and are unwanted. These are referred to as "Obsessions".

Sufferers may also experience the need to indulge in behaviors that are considered to be repetitive. These are referred to as "Compulsions". Most individuals that have this condition indulge in an assortment of rituals.

Examples include counting objects, cleaning, and other tasks. If you suffer from this, it may be difficult to concentrate on your responsibilities due to the anxiety caused by the obsessions and compulsions.
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