Year-end panic refers to the self-reproach and overall feeling of panic brought about by the approach of the year's end, often due to a poor financial year and pressure from work and family.
Year-end review, personnel changes at work, large amount of festival spending, etc., may cause frustration, helplessness, anxiety and panic in many, some even with conditions like stomatch disorder, headache or insomnia.
Psychological experts suggest that we should avoid peer competition. The end of the year is the best time to review and look ahead. There will surely be huge pressure, but the new year can also be an exciting beginning. While regretting for the failed plans in the past year, you can still make resolution to do it better in the coming year.