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Health Tip: Check Stress at the Office

(HealthDay News) -- Your work environment may be stressful enough without adding your frustration to the mix.

The American Council on Exercise says you can help improve your work environment by:

  • Being kind to your coworkers.
  • Communicating honestly and clearly with your colleagues and addressing any problems head-on, rather than feeling frustrated.
  • Focusing on positive opportunities rather than on disappointing things that affect you.
  • Getting regular exercise, plenty of sleep and eating well.
  • Looking for a new job if your work environment is not healthy and can't be changed.
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