Procrastination

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Procrastination means delaying of the work that needs to be done immediately or in near future. Procrastination is a Latin word where pro means 'forward', and crastinus means 'till next day' and here "cras" means 'tomorrow'. It is a common human experience involving slowing down of everyday chores or even putting off salient tasks such as attending an appointment, submitting a job report or academic assignment, or broaching a stressful issue with a partner. We all procrastinate at some point or other, it is an inevitable thing but it is the level of the procrastination that effects the human beings. If we keep postponing our on a regular basis then that would eventually lead to our loss. Procrastination has also been found to result in health problems, stress, anxiety, sense of guilt and crisis. Which results in chronic diseases, this is a sign of problematic procrastination in some individuals. In some cases problematic procrastination might be a sign of some underlying psychological disorder, but not necessarily it could lead to it. Procrastination has been linked to a number of negative associations, such as depression, irrational behaviour, low self-esteem, anxiety and neurological disorders such as ADHD. Procrastination can be considered as a symptom of these disorders. Procrastination has been linked to the complex arrangement of cognitive, effective and behavioral relationships from task desirability or undesirability. One should be aware of the habits that lead to pracrastination of the work. You should not shy back from seeking help from a professional to help you eradicate all the problems that are related to this delaying of work. Remember to form realistic goals in life, unrealistic ones generally make you lazy as you keep on pending to delaying your required work. You should set your priorities right, once that is determined then you can work on your future work projects.

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