Stress Awareness Month


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April is Stress Awareness Month. While stress can motivate us to achieve things, it can also affect us in a negative way if we are feeling overwhelmed.

The past two years have been stressful for many, with uncertainty over the pandemic, careers and maintaining a happy and healthy home life.

Restrictions may have now lifted but the impact of stress can be long-lasting.

Today, we’re sharing a few of our articles that have helpful tips and advice on dealing with stress and looking after yourself.

In 2019, our Product Manager, Emily Allen, shared a blog about her experience of stress and how to manage it, especially in the workplace.  

Whether you are back in the office or choosing to work from home, you can read two articles that focus on stress in both environments – Eight ways to manage stress levels working from home and How to manage stress in the workplace.

Finally, our article Looking after wellbeing while working from home remains relevant no matter what role you have or where you are working from. 
  
For extra advice, the NHS website has a series of top tips on dealing with stress and burnout.