Nothing puts a damper on your workday plans quite like an overwhelming feeling of stress or anxiety. Feeling tense at the office can quickly wear you down at work and the mental and physical effects may even follow you home after you finish your work for the day.
On top of all of the typical holiday hustle and bustle that has just passed, cold and flu season hits and can take a toll on those who aren’t taking proper care of themselves, especially those who travel.
With how hectic college is, it’s easy to get caught up in a ton of things without worrying about yourself. There’s staying on top of homework and classes, possibly working a part-time job and still trying to work in some social time with friends.
Mind and body are often put into two separate categories and treated as two entirely different entities. If you do find a therapist or treatment plan that actually treats your mind and body as two parts of the same whole, you can expect it to go a little something like this:
It’s no secret that going on a vacation or a long-term stay outside your home country will alter your normal routine upon reentry into the US, and coming back into the office nine to five can be a huge obstacle for some people.