Once you have identified causes of stress at work it may be necessary to talk to your manager and/or colleagues to make them aware of issues that cause difficulties for you. The purpose of this should be clear: you are not complaining, but aim to increase productivity
by eliminating or reducing stress. Share your experiences and (if possible) suggest some practical ideas about what might help to alleviate the difficulties. Your colleagues may also have some suggestions as to what could be done to make your tasks less stressful. This will be an incentive to your superiors, as well as to your colleagues, to create a positive work environment with work practices that promote employee well-being. Confiding in your manager and colleagues should help you to find solutions and support.