It’s bad enough when your job generates the kind of workday stress that makes you want to punch your office wall. But when anxiety follows you home and haunts your brain after hours, it becomes toxic — threatening to mess with your relationships and health. Even your work performance can take a hit, since you can’t ace your workload if you don’t carve out the much-needed downtime to disengage and recharge, says Steve Orma, Ph.D., a San Francisco-based psychologist who specializes in anxiety and insomnia. These 10 hacks will help you build a barrier to separate work time from your time.
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