Ways to Avoid Stress and Burnout at Work

Occupational burnout poses serious and growing threats to workers across all sectors (even, ironically, among those working in health and medical fields). Burnout can lead to serious mental and physical health challenges for those who ignore the warning signs
The wellness startup venture Thrive Global addresses these issues by leveraging "scientifically proven methods to decrease stress and burnout and improve your overall health, happiness and well-being." 
Murmur's Heather Bowen Ray has interviewed influential and innovative thought leaders from a variety of fields about ways to reduce stress and create healthier habits on the Thrive Global Journal. Check out the following articles to gain a few tips to lead a healthier and happier life, personally and professionally. 
What are you doing to combat stress and feelings of being overwhelmed? Reach out via twitter and instagram.



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