Work stress

Specialty of Psychology

Work stress is the reaction or response of an individual to situations that cause concern and anxiety at work. The main symptoms are divided into two groups: cognitive subjective and physiological. In the first group symptoms include fear, insecurity, indecisiveness, and negative thoughts about oneself. In the second group, symptoms include sweating, musuclar pressure, palpitations, and stomach discomfort.

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