Stress is a normal part of life, in fact more than 75% of adults say they feel some symptoms of stress. If left untreated though, stress can lead to major health problems and burnout. The resources below will help you manage stress and burnout and cope with the pressures of everyday life. For more info on how Youturn Health can help with stress management, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building a Resilience Plan to Combat Burnout
Burnout happens when stress becomes too intense and ever-present. Avoiding burnout is a matter of stress management or “resilience.” This infographic shares what activities you can include in your resilience plan to help manage stress and avoid burnout.
The 5 Stages of Burnout at Work
You don’t get burned out from work on Day 1. It happens after stress becomes a chronic problem. Check out this graphic to learn the 5 Stages of Burnout at Work so you can identify when you, co-workers, or employees are in danger of being burned out.
How Peer Coaching Helps You Manage Stress
If left untreated, stress can lead to major health problems. If you’ve actively tried to manage your stress, but you’re still experiencing symptoms, it’s time to talk talk to a professional. In this infographic, learn how a Peer Coach can help you identify sources of stress and learn new coping skills.
How Employers Can Reduce Burnout
Almost half of all employees feel burned out at work, leading to lower productivity and engagement. This infographic shares tips and strategies employers can use to help destigmatize stress management in the workplace, reduce burnout, and educate and support employees.
The Impact of Peer Coaching on Stress Reduction
More than 75% of adults have symptoms of stress like headaches and trouble sleeping. Workplace stress costs employers every year in absenteeism, lost productivity, turnover, and medical costs. This infographic shares how Youturn Health’s Stress Management Peer Coaching program works and shares proven results that show it works.