Signs & Symptoms of burnout;
Lack of demarcation between home and personal life
Taking out frustrations on family and loved ones
Fatigue, despondency and despair
Constant awareness of the lack of time available
Feelings of obligation, guilt and self-blame
Anxiety, negativity and loss of perspective
Work constantly clouding thoughts and dominating conversation
Intolerance of change and uncertainty
Narrowing of focus as our brain becomes overcrowded
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Physical and mental capabilities are outstripped by demands, triggering adverse lifestyle adjustments to compensate in other areas. One person’s stress is another person’s opportunity; insufficient stress can cause boredom and depression, whereas being pleasantly challenged ignites enthusiasm, motivation, providing optimum stimulation.
The immense pressure of working in a fast-paced environment under constant financial strain leaves the majority of us overwhelmed and susceptible to burnout. Burnout is progressive, gradually grinding you down, depleting energy reserves, dampening your spirit and inhibiting vitality. The process is exhausting and relentless, nevertheless it is preventable and balance and well-being can be restored.