When you finally break free from college and start working in the workforce, not many people tell you about the stress that it involves. Remember panicking about turning in a paper on time? Did your heart feel like it was about to beat out of your chest? We used to think that was stress, what were we thinking! That’s not stressful at all. Stress is when you have four deadlines, your boss is out sick with the flu, you get an email every 10 minutes, and you are expected to do your job as well as your boss’s because she is out sick. This kind of pressure, without a proper release, can build up and come out in ways that no one prepared you for. The stress you felt in school is nowhere near the stress you feel when dealing with real work-life issues.
There are two kinds of stress: visible and nonvisible. Visible stress looks like someone who is panting and breathing heavily or running around frantically trying to get everything completed and done. You can see the panic in their eyes and you know that they are stressing out to stay on top of everything. Non Visible stress is the worst. This kind of stress is when mentally you are exhausted and you begin to question your entire existence. If you are someone who shows their stress or hides it, you are still in danger of stressing slowly killing you in ways you didn’t think possible.
For example, stress can really affect your heart. You can get hypertension, heart conditions, aggravated diabetes and other physical manifestations of the stress. If you haven’t heard that stress can kill you then you aren’t paying attention to your surroundings. Stress can also manifest in the forms of mental illness such as anxiety and depression. Each of these ailments can cause paralysis of working as well as losing the joy in your job. If you aren’t feeling worried while reading this then you need to consider what your job expects out of you.
If you are already stressed to the point of exhaustion because your work is creating uncompromising demands with little to no support then you deserve help. Workers’ compensation claim can be the answer to your prayers and our Stress Related Injuries Attorneys are the angels that will help you through it.
Our staff at the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach understand that you are loyal and committed to your job. We understand that bravery it takes to finally say to yourself and your job that you need help. We are here to ensure that your bravery does not fall onto deaf ears. With our help, we can ensure that you will get the benefits necessary to get you back into a better physical and mental state. Our Stress Related Injuries Attorneys at the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach in Los Angeles are here to help you. Call 818-609-7005 or click here to start a conversation with our professional staff today.