November 17, 2021

Stress and Your Work Station

Stress on the job can refer to a toxic supervisor, duties that you dislike, hours that work against your body's natural rhythm, and other complicated factors that aren't solved by a simple fix.  There may be a simple fix, however, for end of the day tension and fatique. CBT psychologists recommend that you consider changing posture as a way to better coping with work demands.  How you sit at your desk might be adjusted to greatly decrease your physical stress, to free yourself from a frequent cause of back, neck, and shoulder pain.  Take a look at this video to get an idea of ways to improve your posture in the work place or at your home computer station. 

--Sandy Andrews, PhD 
Clinical Psychologist w/ expertise in CBT
Austin, TX  (South Austin)

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