Here’s how being stressed at work can hurt you physically—and what you can do to beat it

Constant stress may have become so much a part of your life you no longer notice how much it's affecting your physical and mental health. In their research, workplace and happiness expert Annie McKee and Stanford psychologist Emma Seppälä explore the main causes of workplace stress, how we respond to stress physically and emotionally, the benefits of stress in small doses, the damage chronic stress can cause, and what you can do to beat stress. Here, Zameena Mejia shares key findings from their research together with the steps McKee and Seppälä recommend for being happier and less stressed at work.

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