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When work occupies all your time and energy, and there is a relentless need to keep working at any cost, it can have some serious side effects.
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2. Frequent headaches and tiredness
3. Eating disorders and upset stomach
4. Pain in the body
5. Changes in Mood
Work addicts experience sleep trouble, with their busy schedules, without realizing that sleep actually benefits productivity.
This sleep deprivation also leads to crankiness and memory impairment.
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Find a place and schedule in which you will not be disturbed. Concentration and focus must be trained. Having a special time and space to do focused work, will train your brain to do it better.
To maximize productivity, prepare for deep work with deep breathing and visualizing your desired end state. Also, chunk work into 45-minute blocks and do some movement and yoga between those deep work sets.
The more successful you become, the more shiny opportunities offer themselves to you, but not all of them are good for you in the moment.
Always ask yourself, or the people around you, if the pros outweigh the cons by a large margin. If they don’t, refuse the opportunity as it will become a stressful commitment.
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Having an active social life is crucial to your health. People who isolate themselves from others could increase their risk of death by about 50 percent.
If you have a busy life, schedule recurring social activities with your closest friends, monthly. Plan your work schedule around your social calendar instead of the other way around.
The key to finding the balance between work and health is learning how to cope with stress.
Get in the habit of stepping away from the stressful situation for a few moments to calm down and collect your thoughts: step away from the computer or spend a few minutes walking outside.