Ever suffered from Burn-out?

Stress can be a real drainer literally! We all have stress triggers and some can be productive. They make us do things, go places and get moving. On the other hand, prolonged excessive stress in any areas of your life can lead to burn-out.If you are trying really hard to make improvements and be more productive you may have stress. Feeling burned out means that you start to disengage yourself from work and distance yourself from others.

You can tell if you have burn-out if you start feeling an overwhelming sense of being physically, emotionally or mentally exhausted. This can either be from work or from your lifestyle. Experiencing a feeling of being overwhelmed to the point of ill-health, because of the constant demands can happen to anyone, in any job, and at any stage of their professional life.

A person that suffers from stress experiences an increase in cortisol and adrenaline levels. Someone who has burn-out, has already suffered these elevated levels over a long period of time, for weeks, possibly months. You then get the physical symptoms such as: Headaches, Gastrointestinal disorders
Difficulty sleeping or interrupted sleep patterns, Muscle tension Aches and pains, more bouts of cold and flu. Burnout causes people to feel drained, unable to cope, and tired. They often lack energy to get their work done. Physiologically a person may feel anxiety in the mornings, feeling listless with a 
low mood, find it difficult to concentrate, lack creativity. This typically displays itself as a low commitment to the job and they may seem as though they have lost their sense of purpose. Other signs include high absenteeism, short temperedness, a deep sense of cynicism or lacking empathy and compassion for those they are serving. As this continues, performance drops which becomes self defeating.
There are three key reasons for this to happen.

Unmanageable workload. When a workload feels unmanageable, even the most optimistic employees will feel pressured. Feeling overwhelmed can quickly lead to burnout.

Unreasonable time pressure. People who say they have enough time to do their work are 75 percent less likely to experience high burnout. Individuals who are not able to gain more time, such as paramedics and firefighters, teachers and Physicians are all at a higher risk of burnout than most.

Lack of role clarity. When expectations keep changing, people become exhausted by trying to figure out what they are supposed to be doing. 

What can I do about it?

In the short term you can take a holiday, start doing some more exercise and getting more fresh air in the daylight hours. Ask to cut down your hours or go part time. This may give you some time to catch up on sleep, wind down and get your energy levels back on track. This ensures that you get your work-life balance back and gives you a breather. In the long run, a change in position or a new job altogether may be necessary to put an end to burnout. This can initially seem daunting unless you have credible training, support and help to make a success of yourself. Many people feel as though this is a waste of time as trained professionals have already spent years training up in their field. However there is another way.Using your existing qualifications, knowledge, experience and skill-set you can start to share your values and advice to others online and in doing so gain commissions from your laptop. You can work at your own pace and be your own boss. That way you would have more time to relax and unwind, set your own goals and targets. You can in-effect manage your own workload without the pressure of having to work for a set income. To find out more subscribe at Https://www.sheilaemery.com/start/home

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