There’s a lot of overwhelm out there at the moment and it’s particularly the case for young people who have lost the perspective-giving power of having friends, colleagues and bosses sitting right next to them. Left with only parents, flat mates or perhaps no one to provide that perspective and a sense of reality, many are slipping into overwhelm and stress - and as a result, everything gets out of proportion.
The results of that can be quite serious, both for them and the businesses they work in. They work more, they think less clearly, it takes longer to get things done. Their brains flood with cortisol. Inflammation occurs and it becomes harder and harder to hang on to your clear perspective on what to do, what to prioritise and what conversations to have.
So what can you do?
Your brain can unlearn these habits, so instead of slipping into the repetitive “I’m so stressed” conversations inside your own head, try to take some control over your thoughts. Your brain will thank you for it.
How stress changes your brain and what to do about it
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