Social anxiety at work can take many different forms. It might mean feeling anxious and uncomfortable in social situations with co-workers, or feeling like you can’t speak up in meetings. It might mean feeling self-conscious and embarrassed about your job performance, or worrying that people are talking about you behind your back.
It worries me that there is even a need to ask this question. But truth be told, we have programmed our brains to imitate modern gadgets. We let our brains enjoy the tech equivalents of “sleep mode” and “hibernation” but seldom “shut if off”.