1. Know Your Limits
Whilst managing anxiety, you’ll need to be honest regarding how much of a workload you can handle on any given day.
Set boundaries and establish your limits to help you manage your stress. Talk to managers regarding your situation and your limits to ensure that you are collaborating on the best strategies to manage your workload.
Prioritize daily tasks or reduce your duties temporarily until you can improve your mental health
2. Be Prepared For Obstacles
Manage your anxiety at work and how it causes you obstacles. Take proper action to prevent this from happening. Prepare and plan ahead for such obstacles.
Find creative solutions to prevent feeling anxious and overwhelmed. Don’t allow anxious thoughts to affect your quality of work.
If deadlines are causing you anxiety, create a plan to work early and ensure that you meet your deadlines.
Your anxiety can affect your confidence. Make sure to remember that you are valued and important. Celebrate your accomplishments.
Complete challenging tasks early. Reach your goals and overcome your anxiety to help boost your confidence. This can help you to remember your skills and help to remind you how important you are.
This can help to create motivation and purpose and give you the motivation to overcome any anxiety that you may have.
4. Remember: You’re Not Alone
Anxiety can involve feelings of isolation or even isolating yourself. Remember, we’re all in this together. You’re not alone.
Communicate with others when you’re feeling stressed and anxious, chances are that you’ll find that you’re not alone.
Others around you are likely feeling stressed and anxious as well. Friends frequently want to help so don’t be afraid to use them as a resource to work through your anxiety.
Contact the Clarity Clinic – be proactive about your mental health and take the time to use all of your resources to ensure that you’re taking good care of your mental and emotional health.