We help you identify if you are affected by a burn-out
Burnout first results in physical signs: permanent fatigue, back pain, insomnia, migraine, stomach aches, frequent infections, etc. Psychic suffering can also manifest itself: emotional emptiness, anxiety in all its forms, irritability, a tendency to isolate oneself, difficulty concentrating, a feeling of being overwhelmed by events or demotivation. Then the exhausted person becomes unusually cold and indifferent, emotionally isolated and unusually cynical.
Most often, the physical signs disappear spontaneously, but this is not a sign of a lasting improvement in the state of health.
If working conditions are not satisfactory, other signs may begin to appear such as frustration, feeling of failure, and an excessive disconnect from the environment and events. Eating disorders may appear, even drug addiction (alcohol, drugs, medication). If exhaustion persists, it can trigger a depression that can exacerbate burnout.
People who suffer from long-term burnout are more likely to develop other health problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and overweight.
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