Each workday, we sit at our desks, staring at our screens, waiting for that clock to hit 5p.m. so we can get moving and head home. For you, that may be heading downstairs to join the family if you’re working from home, or maybe it’s starting your hour-long commute for those of you still working in the office in 2020. B
Some days are stressful… and some are just downright crippling. If you’ve ever felt so stressed that one of your stressors is that the simple thought of stress actually stresses you out – don’t stress – you’re not alone.
2020 continues to surprise us all daily and most Americans are experiencing situations foreign to us on the work, home and child-raising fronts. The stress and anxiety from the coronavirus pandemic alone are enough to drive us mad but now, according to estimates, an incredible 42 percent of the U.S. labor force is now working from home full-time. This is a complete change in dynamics, and it can make us feel like our work lives are turned upside down
You know the feeling. That squeezing headache that just won’t quit, unsure if it’s a sinus, cluster or migraine hitting you. But do we really know what type of headache we’re having when we’re having one? Before you reach for those OTC pain relievers, there may be a better treatment with longer term benefits.