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excessive workload

You may have a lot on your plate at work, but that doesn’t mean you have to carry the stress it causes on your shoulders. Your health is the top priority, and you don’t have to let stress rule your life and diminish its quality. How do you handle stress under work-related pressure?


risks for heart problems

Studies have found that employees that feel overworked have higher blood pressure than those who did not. High blood pressure is correlated with higher rates of cardiovascular disease, chronically heavy workloads are associated with higher risks for heart health problems.


relationship conflict

Study found that an increase in the employee’s workload was predictive of an increase in hostile and argumentative behaviors in the employee’s home environment, resulting in family conflict. These negative effects were found to be especially severe when expectations at work interfered with the employee’s ability to fulfill expectations at home.


emotional distress

Employees who reported feeling overworked also reported feelings of psychological and emotional distress and a reduction in their overall levels of well-being. These effects were found to be less severe when employees felt the organization placed a high level of value on their work and gave them a sense of control over their circumstances.

dealing with a workload

A common cause of workplace stress or depression is excessive workload. In terms of coping with your newly inflated workload, it is essential that you prioritize your tasks to manage your time effectively. Sharing the workload with the rest of the team can really help you make your deadlines and prove it that you can handle it all. Excessive workload – stay sane at work!

management tips

What is the main cause of workplace stress? excessive workload – stay sane at work

burnout or mental overload

Mental overload dangerous on a long run. When mental overload become so intense that people begins to feel overwhelmed. This happens when the hypothalamus continually releases adrenaline and cortisol into the bloodstream, which causes the body to react by increasing blood pressure and heart rate, opening blood vessels wider to allow more blood to be pumped to major organs, and large muscle groups, and glucose to be released by the liver to increase energy and stamina due to ongoing mental distress. Keeping the body under constant “alert” can be damaging to the heart, lungs, brain and immune system. Chronic stress overload can cause serious health issues including: high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and depression. It is a disease that must be treated to avoid long-lasting physical and mental effects on the body.