How This Man Used Biohacks to Overcome His Anxiety and Fatigue

Renewed health helped Ben Angel reach $500,000 in sales in just four months. July 26, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Ben Angel, the author of the international bestselling biohacking book, Unstoppable, sits down with Christy Chiu of Hive Life Magazine to share how he biohacked his way back to health after suddenly experiencing depression, fatigue and anxiety. Together, they break down key factors that entrepreneurs need to be aware of when struggling with stress and the pressures of running their own businesses and how they can use biohacking to increase productivity and alleviate depression and anxiety.  Want to become unstoppable in business and in life? Take this 60-second quiz now to find out what’s really holding you back, and be sure to grab a copy of Angel’s new book, Unstoppable, today. Related: What Really Causes Depression? Entrepreneur Network is a premium video network providing entertainment, ewitducation and inspiration from successful entrepreneurs […]

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How Business Leaders Can Tackle Anxiety in the Workplace, Especially Among the Young

Chances are, you’ve got members of “the most anxious generation” working for you. What can you do to help? June 11, 2019 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In a recent Wall Street Journal article, columnist Sue Shellenbarger explained that if your 20-something employee ghosts you — the CEO — you shouldn’t be surprised: Anxiety may have gotten the better of him or her, as it apparently has for an alarmingly large percentage of that age group — the one the WSJ called “the most anxious generation.” As director of the outpatient anxiety disorders program at Harvard’s McLean Hospital, I find that these statements ring true: I’ve witnessed how, among the various mental health disorders, anxiety disorders are the most common, and how people who are anxious at work often go on to develop these disorders. Unfortunately, people stay quiet about them at the same time. According to an American Heart Association CEO Roundtable-commissioned survey, 63 percent of employees […]

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