Cortisol, dopamine, adrenaline: stress is also a chemical reaction. And when it becomes a chronic condition, it can lead to burnout. To avoid this, Dr Ionita suggests monitoring your stress behaviour patterns and warning signs and challenges you to do the same for colleagues.
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Dr Ionita discusses one of the consequences of stress: lack of sleep. Since it creates a vicious circle, sleep deprivation is catastrophic in the long term. Here are some stretching, breathing and meditation exercises to do throughout the day so you can reduce stress and sleep better.Lesson 4 • 4mn
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