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Mental health is an issue that can affect anyone in business. Generalized anxiety disorder affects almost seven million people in the United States. Many people have panic disorders, depressive episodes, and more. It is important for people to protect their mental health, and this is especially true for anyone who deals with additional pressures. Entrepreneurs can work to reduce feelings of being overwhelmed or stressed and to maximize productivity at work. 

  1. Try a Digital Detox

Small business owners should start by reducing their screen time. Anyone who has more than an hour of screen time each day suffers in terms of mental health. This is even more true for those who have pre-existing conditions. It leads to having less control, greater distraction, social anxiety, and an inability to finish some tasks. 

The best thing to do is to reduce screen time at work and at home. More than 80% of business owners use technology for daily tasks. Using digital transformation may increase efficiency, while leading to less screen time. 

  1. Pick up Meditation Before Work

Meditation is known to improve different mental health conditions, including generalized anxiety disorder and addiction. It helps people reach a tranquil state, and it increases focus and calms the mind. Business owners are better able to face the day when they begin with meditation before work. They will feel less stressed out at work and reduce negativity in thoughts and actions. It can help them create internal boundaries and have more control over their minds. 

  1. Don’t Allow Negative Talk at Work

Employees often vent about work in the breakroom, but this decreases productivity and satisfaction at work. Try to promote positivity to increase productivity and well-being. When you improve your mental health at work, the company will be more stable and run more efficiently. As an employer, promoting positivity will help to gain the trust and respect of the employees, which leads to a workplace that is more positive, stable, and successful. Your employees will take fewer sick days and work more efficiently.