Millions of Americans are experiencing burn out and they are not aware of it. If you are constantly grumpy, tired or always feeling just bad but not really sick? You might be experiencing burnout. It doesn’t matter your age or economic status, this problem is widespread and is showing no signs of slowing down. Human beings have to practice self care, we are constantly taking on more tasks, either in our professional or personal lives.
“Burnout has become one of the buzzwords for the 21st century. People from all walks of life are talking about burnout and its impact. Those who experience burnout report a loss of enthusiasm, feelings of pessimism, and a low sense of personal accomplishment. These feelings can show up in a work or home environment, or both.
Research tells us that burnout negatively impacts both mental and physical health – and that the problem is widespread. A 2007 study from the American Psychological Association revealed that 75% of Americans suffer from stress-related symptoms, both physical and psychological, in any given month.”
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