Don’t Let Business Travel Stress You Out

The first time I had a work trip, I found myself waiting on a busy street in Chicago, cursing the lack of cabs during rush hour. After nearly barfing up my spleen running for my flight, I swore that I’d …

Don’t Let Anxiety Derail Your Career

Stress is a part of life, and anxiety is a normal, healthy reaction to stress.

For example, let’s say that you are driving down the road, and out of nowhere something or someone runs out in front of you. Your …

Why a Touch of Anxiety Might Make You Happier at Work

The word “anxiety” tends to carry with it almost exclusively negative associations for most people. We’ve all felt anxious at one time or another, and we don’t tend to have particularly fond memories of the experience. We often use the …

Depressed or Anxious? Blame the Gender Pay Gap

Women are 70 percent more likely to suffer from depression than men, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and 83 percent of employed Americans consider this factor to be the number one barrier to workplace success, reports Diversity Woman. Discussions about why women are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety often focus on hormonal fluctuations or coping strategies. Now, new research suggests that part of the problem may actually be financial in nature.

5 Ways to Ease Anxiety Without Leaving Your Desk

Today, about 40 million adults in the U.S. suffer from some sort of anxiety disorder. With an average onset age of 31 years old, generalized anxiety disorders affect twice as many women as men, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Having any kind of anxiety is a challenge in itself, but it can get even more complicated when anxiety episodes happen in the workplace. If you're feeling anxious at work, here are a few things you can do to make yourself feel better without ever leaving your desk.

Feeling Anxious? Try These 5 Things

A lot of people struggle with anxiety. It's extremely common actually; over 40 million adults in the US, 18 and older, struggle with it. But, just because anxiety is common, that doesn't make it any easier to cope with when it's happening to you. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to manage or even reduce the strain. Consider these tips.