Stress At Work

Stress At Work

Are you feeling stressed at work or seeing signs you’re burning out? Dr Irina Panihhidina, our private psychiatrist here at LycaHealth Mental Health, is based at our Canary Wharf clinic in East London. Dr Panihhidina is on hand to discuss a plan of action and provide treatment for stress at work.

She will advise you on how to deal with stress at work to avoid occupational burnout. Dr Panihhidina will also treat any underlying issues and will prescribe preventative measures to better equip you to better manage future stress.

You may experience stress at work when your workload becomes too much for you to cope with. A little stress can be a good thing and even helps us achieve our goals and improve our lives; however, excessive stress can negatively impact our physical and mental wellbeing.

Working under excessive and continuous stress can cause burnout.

This is a mental, physical and emotional state of exhaustion which can even leave you struggling to get out of bed in the morning. Because of this, it can negatively impact your home life and social life, even if the source of the stress began at work.

One of the common symptoms of burnout – depression – can be treated with repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS). This is an effective, drug-free, non-invasive and pain-free treatment with minimal side effects and is highly effective.

It is important to spot early symptoms of burnout so that you can avoid a breakdown and seek treatment right away if needed. If you feel that your symptoms are worsening beyond your control, please call us on 020 132 1440 to book a private consultation.

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Frequently asked questions

What is burnout?
What are the symptoms of burnout at work?
What is the treatment for burnout?
Can I self-refer or do I need to be referred by my GP?
What if I don’t have medical insurance to cover the cost of treatment?
 

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  • Superior equipment
  • State of the art facilities
  • High quality personal care
  • Convenient locations

Frequently asked questions

What is burnout?
What are the symptoms of burnout at work?
What is the treatment for burnout?
Can I self-refer or do I need to be referred by my GP?
What if I don’t have medical insurance to cover the cost of treatment?
 

What our clients say

“Having been under constant pressure at work for a prolonged period, I was starting to see the signs of burnout and knew it was time to get help before it got to a point where I wasn’t able to work at all. I’ve been very happy with the professional service I’ve received so far. My depression is being treated and I’m starting to feel like I’m in a better place. I’m also using the coping techniques I’ve learnt to help with my anxiety and the stress at work.”

Ashley, East London.