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Coping with burnout

Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

Psychologist Franchell Hamilton recommends that burnout people take a break from work and prioritize self-care. You need to realize the value of your existence and find a goal to make the world a better place.

Burnout is becoming more common, especially among healthcare professionals, caregivers of children or the elderly, and perfectionists, psychologist Franchell Hamilton notes in a note to Psychology Today.

She encourages burnout people to take a break from work and prioritize self-care by spending more time outdoors, getting enough sleep, and eating a healthy diet. “The term“ burnout ”is self-explanatory. Energy, motivation and optimism are completely burned out by prolonged stress. This destructive exhaustion deprives the mind and body of peace. An emptiness arises, a person does not feel joy from activities that were once a source of pleasure, ”the psychologist notes. There are specific symptoms that indicate a person is suffering from burnout. Among them: physical, mental and emotional exhaustion, alienation from work, poor concentration and decreased performance. Hamilton believes that the first step towards overcoming burnout is to become aware of this state. “The next step to getting over it is to take a break from work and spend time on yourself. You need to realize the value of your existence and find a goal to make the world a better place, ”she explained. The specialist advises to communicate more with your loved ones: “Communication with loved ones helps to cope with anxiety. Positive vibes help build your emotional strength. “

Anxiety disorder is one of the most common reasons for seeking counseling. Clinical psychologists in the United States have told how persistent anxiety is harmful and how you can deal with it.

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