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I started to stay a bit longer at work – even if it was just half an hour to get extra things done. I’d also go in earlier the next day. Whether or not I was actually more productive…I really couldn’t say. Part of me wants to say yes because I want to affirm that I spent the extra time anoxic ischemic encephalopathy wisely. But part of me also knows that my mind would just lag later in the day because of overworking myself and god knows there’s only so much your brain can take in a given time. I’m afraid my productivity did severe anxiety attack in dogs not increase but instead my self-doubt did.

I am unashamed to say that I am a very hard working person but this can in the worse of times backfire. I end up overworking myself and not remembering to take breaks or worse yet – to have a social life.

Even whilst studying at crucial stages in my life I was like this and from experience, I can definitely confirm it’s not great mentally. Sadly, you also forget about experience until you relive other mixed anxiety disorder icd 10 it again and that was monday for me. It’s a vicious cycle.

I cried at some point in work. It’s a little embarrassing to say however I feel that it would be of comfort to a lot of women. I once read an article years ago about women crying in work and I want to say that it shouldn’t be an issue. We’re only human and if anything, I’m glad I cried because it got anxiety attack nausea vomiting so much emotion out of me that would’ve otherwise kept hidden. I freed up a lot of constraints and stress that stopped me from being myself in order to be myself again.

It occurred to me that from overworking myself, I had managed to develop enough guilt and self-doubt inside me. Questions of if I was good enough started to appear in my mind. I would feel bad if I took a break and then I’d lag in work eventually anyway because I was tired from the overworking. My guilt would re-start from not having a productive day as a result. This was the deep, dark hole that I managed to create and have since, dug myself out of. I was not feeling good about myself hypoxic ischemic brain injury pathophysiology neuropathology and mechanisms but rest assured, everything has jump-started and I am starting to feel more like myself. I’m also learning to enjoy work a lot and not anoxic seizure symptoms take everything so seriously.

I’m sorry that work has been so crazy! Is it better now? It’s hard not to put pressure on yourself at work. I mean, it’s WORK and you take it seriously! I let the stuff that happens at work get to me a lot, and I constantly have to remind myself to look at the bigger picture – yes, work is important, but things like family, friends, developing my hobbies, and life outside of work are diffuse axonal brain injury prognosis MORE important in the grand scheme of my life. I’m not going to look back at my life when I’m 80 and wish that I spent more time at work.

The longer you stay at work, the less productive you tend to become. I’ve found that when I’m still at work around 8pm, my brain starts to shut down and there’s no point in me being there anymore. It’s hard to achieve, but work/life balance is SO important to our sanity. I read a study that some employers are cutting their work weeks to 32 hours instead of the typical 40 hours, because encéphalopathie post anoxique définition employees actually become more productive when they have less time to work with, plus they have a better work/life balance with more time off.

Unfortunately I’ve cried TWICE at work, for different reasons and both times in front of a (different) male coworker which just makes it worse. It’s super embarrassing, but I was a little taken aback by the reactions. I kept apologizing profusely for crying, and they both shared personal stories of when THEY cried at work or were just going through a hard time, and both gave me a hug. I felt plexus anxiety testimonials like it was more uncomfortable for me than it was for them. I still don’t ever want to do it again though, haha.