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January 18, 2020
Have you been experiencing an unusual amount of stress lately? Are you so stressed that, by the end of the day, you find yourself drained and exhausted? Has it become difficult to get up in the morning and report for work?
If you’re experiencing these problems most days of the week, then you’re probably going through what is called burnout.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), burnout is a health problem caused by unmanaged, chronic workplace stress. If it is not addressed properly, burnout can make living difficult for the person suffering from it.
What are the symptoms of burnout?
If you answer yes to most of these questions, then you might be experiencing burnout.
What causes burnout?
While working too hard and too long is perhaps the most common cause of burnout, there are other situations that may cause this problem as well:
What are the effects of burnout on health?
If you do not take the time to address burnout, you may experience serious physical, mental and emotional health problems, including:
How can I properly manage burnout?
To help reduce stress at work and incidence of burnout, it’s highly recommended that you supplement your diet with vitamin B Complex every day. It has essential nutrients needed for the health of the brain, muscles, and the nervous system.
Stress will always be a part of life. Burnout, on the other hand, doesn’t have to be. So, pick yourself up, take a deep breath, and smile!