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Almost all of us experience stress on a daily basis. While it is a normal bodily response, too much stress or improperly managed stress can have detrimental effects on our health. For one, stress can play a role in the development of mental health disorders like depression and anxiety. Additionally, stress can put you at risk for serious conditions including cancer and cardiovascular disease. This is why it’s important to keep calm and take time to relax, with activities like exercise and meditation.
What Causes Stress?
Stress is caused by several different factors. One of these is work-related stress. This can be a result of several components all of which can impact your ability to perform your job or function at or outside of your workplace, including:
- Long work hours
- Heavy workload
- Job insecurity
- Conflict with a coworker or boss
- Harassment or discrimination
- Inadequate skills for the job
- Boring work
However, sometimes mental health disorders are not easily fixed by exercise and journaling. In these instances, especially when a mental health disorder is affecting your everyday life, it might be time to visit a psychiatrist. A psychiatrist can recognize the signs and symptoms of stress and can make a diagnosis and personalized treatment plan to help manage your stress.
The signs and symptoms of stress can include:
- Decreased energy
- Abdominal pain
- Feeling anxious
Although pressure in the workplace is often unavoidable, these symptoms can be a sign that your stress is becoming unmanageable. Fortunately, there are ways to handle stress in the workplace.
What To Do About Work-Related Stress
At My Psychiatrist PLC, our providers are skilled in diagnosing and addressing the symptoms of work-related stress. Our comprehensive solutions are personalized to your needs and condition to help you alleviate stress related to your workplace. Our professionals can determine the treatment route that is right for your desired outcome, which can help you take back control of your life. Learn more by contacting us today.
It’s a fact of life that family and spouses fight. However, in some instances, these fights can cause irreparable damage to your relationships. It may be hard to solve a problem with a loved one because you or they feel as if they are not being heard. These feelings can surface from the smallest irritations to complete resentment for an action or behavior. Often, these conflicts can hurt us emotionally and sometimes physically.
Family is usually regarded as your first line of support. Our families are the people we hope to turn to for love, concern, support, and can be open with our feelings. When conflicts arise it’s easy to feel like you have no one to turn to. Although this is a commonly understood action of families, many relationships often fail to meet this exact model of love and support. This can arise from personal stress, insecurities, or even poor communication skills. Despite the reasons for conflict, this can have a lasting toll on your physical and mental health.
How Family and Relationship Problems Affect Us
When a familial or spousal relationship affects us positively, individuals suffering from a variety of mental health disorders like depression will often be more responsive to therapy. Stable relationships and a supportive atmosphere can greatly help a family member dealing with a mental health issue. Even so, it can be hard to help a loved one when underlying problems and conflicts exist in the relationship. As many studies on the topic have found, family relationships play a significant role in shaping an individual’s well being throughout their life. This makes resolving conflicts as soon as they arise important in familial relationships.
How A Psychologist/Therapist Can Help You To Solve Familial and Spousal Relationships
Talk therapy involving a familial or spousal conflict often focuses on mending the broken communication in the relationship primarily, so that each party feels validated and heard. This is done by determining the underlying causes of the conflict and repairing your communication. Whether you are suffering from a conflict between you and a parent, spouse, or child, you could benefit from talk therapy with a psychiatrist. When this conflict start to influence your day-to-day life, this is a sign that you may need to speak with a psychologist/therapist.
A psychologist/therapist is a trained professional who can provide a non-judgemental and confidential space for you and a loved one to heal a relationship and create an actionable plan to problem-solve. Many individuals are hesitant about seeking professional help for reasons that span confidentiality and unease, however, an impartial third party is often the exact factor you need in order to solve a dire conflict. A psychologist/therapist can help develop you and your loved one’s communication skills in a way that can help you to avoid problems down the road.
Our Clinicians Are Standing By To Help You and Your Loved Ones
My Psychiatrist PLC offers you a safe and open environment to mend issues with communication between you and a loved one. To learn more about how our professional psychiatrists can help, contact us today
- John Getz, Psy.D.
- Kara Callaghan, LPC
First Initial visit with your clinician is 60 min session
Follow Up visit: 45-60 min session