Do you ever feel like work is zapping your energy and zest for life? You are not alone, according to a survey carried out by MIND, one in three people stated their work life was stressful. So what can we do about it, how do we reduce stress at work?
I believe that nurses and teachers are uniquely prone to burnout. Isn’t it ironic, that nursing is a caring profession and yet when nurses care too much, they are unable to do the job?
Women today have more to juggle than their predecessors. The average women works 51 hours, that can break down to 22 hours paid work and up to 29 unpaid such as childcare, household chores etc. Obviously, this is the average and many women have full time jobs outside of the home. Is it no wonder that they can end up overwhelmed and burnout?So how do we show up for everyone else that needs us, whilst still having a bit of time for ourselves and our own sanity. How do we avoid overwhelm & burnout and be happier?
In our busy lives and ever increasing stress levels, people are looking to complementary therapies to help them relax; reflexology is one such therapy. Reflexology uses an holistic approach to health, to help reduce stress and bring about a sense of wellbeing.