Archive for March 28, 2018
To some degree, we can all be a little spacey, disorganized, or get easily sidetracked, with any number of things demanding our attention NOW. But if it starts to feel extreme — you’re constantly frazzled from running late all the time or find yourself often getting called out by your peers or acquaintances as rude or disorganized, for example — you might want to test for ADD or talk to your doctor. Though almost 6.5 children in America (between the ages of four and 17) have been diagnosed with ADHD, ADD is something different — and yes, adults can have it too. Luckily, there’s been more research and public awareness about both ADD and ADHD in recent years, so it’s becoming less stigmatized and easier to understand in regards of what signs are and how to treat it, with ADD testing and assessments.
For many people in many professions, all across the United States, recovery from severe burnout is often necessary. In fact, stress originating from work causes around one million absences from work every day in the United States. Around two thirds of all American employees, men and women both, consider their jobs to have a considerably impact on their overall stress level. Of these employees, around 25%, one in four, has taken at least one mental health day because of work related stress. These employees often experience burnout symptoms like workplace anger and physical exhaustion.
But though anyone can have job stress or job burnout, physicians in the United States are more likely to be in need of a