How To Cope With Stress So You Don’t Burn Out At Work

Career Cope With Stress Burnout

Stress at work is no joke. It can lead to a myriad of illnesses, including depression, heart diseases and other issues.

Which is why, you probably should leave the job if it’s doing more harm than good to your life. That said, if you’re all right with your job but face a few tough days once in a while, it might be worth looking into what can reduce stress levels.

Bjorn Lee, founder of meditation app MindFi, who recently spoke at a Today At Apple session, dished out tips on how meditation and the mindfulness practice could help reduce stress levels.

Text: Atika Lim / The Singapore Women’s Weekly / March 2018
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