THERAPY FOR WOMEN
Our program on productivity helps to Work on your mental health to increase baseline productivity, get your Sleep, Wakefulness, Rest, and Stress under control, approach a task in useful, economical, and meaningful ways and focus on executing a task instead of spending time on the idea or procrastinating.
In the end, an individual’s productivity is determined by three factors: mental energy, internal motivation, and external motivation. Productivity might suffer from an imbalance or a lack of any of these three critical aspects. Consider the person who regards work as a necessary but unsatisfying portion of the day. Their “get it done” approach may bring them so far, but if their internal drive is low, so will their productivity.
Someone who appreciates and finds fulfilment in their work, on the other hand, may endeavor to get as much done as possible in a given time and maximize their productivity. The problem is that work is not their sole concern; they also have children to feed, meals to prepare, hobbies to do, and extracurricular activities to attend. In the latter situation, a shortage of mental energy may cause individuals to slow down.
Who Needs This Program?
Internal obstacles to productivity, such as persistent feelings of distraction, frequent task switching, or a propensity to put things off, can be annoying in and of themselves. However, in a society that extols hyper-productivity and being “always on,” briefly being unproductive can cause extreme stress, anxiety, or shame—emotions that frequently make it much more difficult to be productive. Dealing with these emotions can improve mental health and result in a large improvement in production. Negative emotions are frequently at play in situations.
Why You Need This Program Today?
Work on your mental health to increase baseline productivity: Depression has become the leading cause of disability. Depression involves an inaccurate self-assessment along with a loss of energy and motivation. It’s not surprising that depression leads to lowered productivity.
Get your Sleep, Wakefulness, Rest, and Stress under control: Getting enough quality sleep is the main factor that affects overall mental functioning. One key function is the consolidation, formation, and refinement of cognitive processes and memory. That means – getting good sleep ensures good memory, learning, error spotting, critical thinking, attention, and concentration.
Approach a task in useful, economical, and meaningful ways: Decide if you should go DIY or offload work. Have you asked yourself: Do I do this or do I ask someone/something else to do it? Offloading your work to something else or even outsourcing can be cheap & efficient, but can often lead to a loss of control. Relying on people, software, and new systems can take a lot of time. So what do you do? Do you always go Do It Yourself (DIY)? Offloading and outsourcing work can reduce your burden of work but create additional stress if you aren’t comfortable with it.
Focus on executing a task instead of spending time on the idea or procrastinating: Learn skills that can convert ideas into actions. Have great thoughts? Avoid spending too much time preparing for your work when you can actually get things done quickly. Preparing for long durations could be a sign of procrastination in disguise. You’d end up doing things that make you feel good while avoiding the actual work. Procrastination has a hidden demon – The completion anxiety. There often is anxiety associated with your productive output. This is an imagined anxiety about the future outcome.
How Is NPPD Care Going To Help You?
At NPPD Care, the team of highly qualified physicians and dietitians is renowned for providing patients with the best possible medical attention and assistance. Together, we’ll aim to make you more functional, healthy, and happy overall. Your medical professional will keep track of your development and make any necessary adjustments.