Each year, the first Wednesday in November is dedicated to National Stress Awareness Day, bringing awareness around important stress-reduction tactics.
National Stress Awareness Day – Dealing with stress is never fun. It’s hard enough to get through situations like a demanding job, trying to score high on an important test, or even raising a family and maintaining a household.
There are so many reasons we can get stressed, and none of them are good for our mental or physical health. In addition to high blood pressure, fatigue, and weight gain, stress can lead to depression and may even be the reason why you haven’t been able to kick that cold. Experts say simple things like going for a walk, deep breathing, or even talking to someone you trust can significantly reduce stress.
National Stress Awareness Day
Each year, the first Wednesday in November is dedicated to bringing awareness around important stress-reduction tactics. National Stress Awareness Day should be a time to think about the things that are causing you most upset in your daily life and what tools you can use to help reduce the negative impact it has on your life.
While we can’t promise to have all the answers for you, we can help you develop some ideas for ways to take the stress out of being compliant with your medical waste handling!
At Red Bags, we understand that running a health facility, especially during COVID-19, has its fill of stress. Employees and customers are trying to remain vigilant about safe practices, and the uncertainty of the times can put even the calmest individual on edge.
So in celebration of National Stress Awareness Day, we want to make the process of maintaining a safe and clean workplace a no-brainer. Our medical waste removal processes mean you don’t even have to think about how the waste is being handled or discarded. Trust our expert team of professionals to do the work for you, picking up your waste, transporting it, and then separating and destroying it in the safest and most eco-friendly manner possible. You’ll also receive proof that the destruction process being completed successfully for your records. It doesn’t get more stress-free than that!
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