According to researchers at the Mayo Clinic, stress in small doses can be a good thing. To much stress can cause damage to the body in was you could never imagine.
In small doses, stress is a good thing. It can energize and motivate you to deal with challenges. But prolonged or excessive stress — the kind that overwhelms your ability to cope — can take a severe psychological and physical toll. High stress levels have been linked to depression, anxiety, cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal problems, impaired immune response and cancer.
Don’t worry, there are a few sure fire ways to reduce your stress levels…at least when you’re at work.