3 Tools To Help In-House Attys Manage Stress

By Michele Gorman (October 23, 2018, 9:30 PM EDT) -- Chronic stress plays into physiological and psychological disorders that in-house lawyers might experience, but there are ways to handle various demands, according to a Tuesday presentation during the Association of Corporate Counsel's annual meeting in Austin, Texas.

Chronic stress can, among other things, lead to impaired memory, reduced creativity, limited problem-solving and decreased ability to learn. It can also increase the chances of hypertension, heart disease, digestive disorders, headaches and susceptibility to infection, according to the panel, which spoke on the second day of the conference.

"People tend to be more aggressive, even violent, under chronic stress. We see increasing reports...

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