Tips To Recover From Burnout & Love Yourself Again
While it’s important to set goals for oneself, a combination of factors including seasonal illnesses, short days, and stress in general can lead to burnout.
Most people have an intuitive understanding of what it means to feel exhausted, but the clinical diagnosis is more confusing.
Exhaustion and work fatigue might be bad for more than just your morale. They might be terrible for your waistline, too.
The first step to reversing the problem is recognising it — and then being willing to do something about it.
Good sleep can cover a lot of ills. Poor sleep compounds work-related stress and anxiety.
Burnout reduces productivity and saps your energy, leaving you feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful.
Whether you recognise the warning signs of impending burnout or you’re already past the breaking point, trying to push through the exhaustion will cause further emotional damage.
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Social contact is nature's antidote to stress and talking face to face with a good listener is one of the fastest ways to calm your nervous system and relieve stress.
Hanging out with negative-minded people who do nothing but complain will only drag down your mood and outlook.
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