Everyone gets stressed sometimes and if you work a high-pressure job or have a busy work to home life balance then you can easily become overwhelmed and stressed.

Because of this, it is so important that we always consider our mental wellbeing and make sure we keep on top of things before they spiral out of hand. If you struggle to keep track of your stress or wellbeing then why not try handling stress at work with a wellbeing application?

The Importance Of Handling Stress At Work

For most people, we spend a third of our day at work. This can become very exhausting and be very stressful, particularly if you have a very demanding job. Sometimes when we are busy with work and at home we can become overwhelmed and it can be our mental health that ends up taking a backseat.

Never neglect your well-being and mental health. If you are not careful a little bit of work stress can quickly snowball and escalate and end up making your life very difficult.

Luckily there are lots of little things we can do throughout the day to help keep our minds calm and then we can be ready when the stress hits. Just little things like making sure you are getting enough sleep and doing a small daily or even weekly exercise can help us keep calm.

If you struggle to keep these habits up or often forget to make time for your mental health, then you might benefit from handling stress at work with a wellbeing application.

women using smartphone to depict employees using app to monitor stressHandling Stress At Work With A Wellbeing Application

A wellbeing application can be a great way to keep on top of your stress.

With a well-being application, you can easily keep track of things like your mood. Better yet, with a wellbeing application like The Wellspace Application you can make it accessible for the entire team at work so that everyone can encourage each other and look out for one another when it comes to improving our mental health.

You can set goals and challenges for your team, view aggregated data via the wellbeing portal, and tailor your wellness approach depending on how your team are feeling.

By handling stress at work with a wellbeing application you can keep track of different things and use this information to make positive changes. Some of these things you can track are:

Sleep Tracker

How long and well we sleep has a huge impact on both our physical and mental health.

We might think we are getting enough sleep, but without thinking we can easily fall into bad habits and end up with a bad sleep schedule where we don’t get the full 8 hours we need.

This is hard to spot, but if you keep track of your sleep cycle with an app you can see what needs fixing and start to make small changes to your routine and start the day feeling refreshed and well-rested.

Mood Tracker

It’s a good idea to keep track of your mood throughout the day.

Our mood changes throughout the day and all kinds of little things can change it, but it’s very unlikely that we will notice unless we stop and think about it.

When keeping a record of your mood and how it changes you can start to notice little patterns and with this, you can identify what makes you happy or relaxed and you can cut out the things that bring you down and cause you stress.

Leadership Board

The fun thing about the Wellspace application is it is a great way to get the entire workforce involved.

The leadership board rewards the user for their engagement. The more you use and engage the app, the more points you have and the more points you have the higher up on the leader board you will be.

Mental health is never a competition, but a little friendly rivalry can be a great way to keep people hooked and interested.

The more you engage the app, the easier it will be to manage and understand your mental health so anything that helps keep people using the app is always welcome.

Contact Us

Why not contact us today to see how you can support your wellbeing with our workplace app. Or email info@yourwellspace.com. We will be happy to help you!

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