For Disaster Workers As disaster workers, you give your best to perform duties under extreme conditions during disasters. As the acute phase of disaster passes, you gradually return to routine work, a process that may not always be smooth and can be challenging. Even though it takes time to resume routine work and relieve stress reactions, there are means to speed up the recovery process . This section explores some challenges disaster workers may encounter while picking up regular duties again and shares tips for smoother transition in Resuming Routine Work, as well as ways to reduce stress after operation in Strategies for Stress Reduction. We hope the contents could help you recover in an easier manner. Resuming Routine Work Disaster workers may need to deal with different work environments and duties during disasters, compared with everyday work routine. You may have to adapt to the work routines as you return to office from operations... Read Me Strategies for Stress Reduction Even after the disaster operation, you may continue to face stress from different sources, e.g. yourself, work or family... Read Me Note:  Adapted from Post-Deployment Guide for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers, US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.