World Introvert Day Jan 2nd 2024 👆🏼

Jobs can be stressful for introverts, and that stress can lead to health issues. This could mean more headaches, chest pains or even pain in your lower back. All this can be a sign of stress caused by an environment that you are just not comfortable in. This is just one of the ways that your work can impact your health. Let’s look at a few others and figure out the right course of action to make sure your career doesn’t hurt you as an introvert.



Emotional Issues


It’s the responsibility of your employer to make sure that you are not dealing with emotional issues in your work. Essentially, they should be working to guarantee that the office or work environment is both safe and indeed friendly. That means that you shouldn’t be facing problems with bullying, harassment or even office politics. You can learn more about the issues with officie politics on If you are dealing with issues like this, they can certainly cause havoc for the state of your health. It’s possible that you are more stressed and anxious than usual and once again you may find it also starts to show in the form of physical issues.


How do you handle this? Speak to your employer and point out the issues you’re facing. If they do nothing, it might be time to find a job where you are going to be more comfortable and happy.


Dreading Work?


Do you find yourself dreading going to work each day? Maybe you have been ill or injured and rather than heading back to work as soon as possible, you are pushing for more days off. Truth be told according to resources like, you shouldn’t be going back to work straight after an injury anyway. But if you’re constantly trying to find reasons to stay off for longer even after you’ve recovered, this might be a sign you’re not in the right job for you. Again, it’s a clear mark to show that you are under more stress than you should be in your job.


Forced To Socialise


Yes, in some jobs and offices or businesses you will be basically forced to socialise. You’ll be told to attend drinks after work or go on social outings at the weekend. You shouldn’t have to do this if you don’t want to. As long as you are providing great quality of work from 9 to 5 that should be enough. But some employers will ask for more, and it can be difficult to say no. Again, this can lead to more stress and anxiety. If you love your job, you might want to grin and bear it, but ultimately you’ll need to decide whether it’s worth the pressure.


Physical Trouble


Finally, it’s possible that your job is actually causing you physical pain. If you spend the day typing at a desk, you could develop RSI. Eventually, this will become a permanent chronic pain, so it’s important to take action as soon as you notice. If your work conditions are causing an injury like this, speak to an employer. If they refuse to help, you may want to consider find new work or even taking legal action.


Your job is important, but introverts can face more issue at work than extroverts. If these issues start to impact your health, it is important to act.