Abstract: Technostress refers to the inability of an individual to deal with information technology (IT) in a healthy manner. Researchers, practitioners, and medical professionals have emphasized its severe outcomes, including poor well-being and burnout. Despite the importance of the phenomenon, prior research has paid limited attention how IT users themselves mitigate technostress. This seminar presents our current findings on the topic. This includes several fundamentally different mitigation types that IT users can utilize in both work and leisure settings.