“Burnout” can be suspected when there is a loss of motivation and interest in what one is doing, constant fatigue, internal conflicts arise, thoughts that this job is not for me, a feeling of self-disappointment arises, it becomes difficult to communicate in the working environment, conflicts with colleagues or clients become more frequent, one is easily offended. . Emotional “burnout” is accompanied by such symptoms as headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite or another extreme – an uncontrollable desire to eat. Why does “burnout” occur?
“Burnout” can be caused by overworking, intensively trying to achieve set goals, climbing over yourself, often working overtime until complete exhaustion. Also, monotonous, unmotivating work can be the cause of “burnout”, when boredom is felt and there is no opportunity for personal development, climbing the career ladder. Constant stress, lack of motivation from managers and support from colleagues, when all efforts go unnoticed and unappreciated. All this eventually leads to “burnout”.
How can we help ourselves?
First of all, you need to take care of your physical health and slow down. Think about why the “burnout” happened and look for solutions accordingly.
Learn to appreciate your achievements and accept failures as important experiences.
Discuss your goals and expectations with your manager, and maybe even change jobs if the problem is, for example, a lack of personal development in your current job.
Sign up for a consultation with a Welfare consultant.