The World Health Organization recently classified burn-out as an illness. In a world where it seems as though the pressure to perform is always on for a child or an adult, more and more people are admitting to burnout. In a nutshell, ‘burnout’ is a syndrome brought on from chronic stress that hasn’t been successfully managed. Burnout involves physical symptoms like insomnia, exhaustion, and headaches and physiological symptoms like apathy, irritability, and depression.
Three key features of burnout have been identified:
In daily life, burnout can result in increased absenteeism at work, symptoms of depression and anxiety, fatigue, and physical symptoms like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and cardiovascular problems. Burnout can be dangerous for any individual.
Control, prevent, and reduce the negative effects of burnout that make you unable to function physically & mentally.