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Burnout: Causes and Treatment

In various cases, factors causing burnout are related to our working life and activities of daily living. However, individuals who feel undervalued and overworked for a long time is a candidate for burnout - from a manager who works hard and has not had a holiday to a mother who stays at home and looks after her aging mother and two children. There are, nonetheless, other factors other than these job-related causes, which play a significant role to burn out such as personality characteristics and lifestyle.
Some of the work-related factors that cause burnout include:

  • Lack of rewards or recognition for excellent performance
  • Challenging or monotonous work
  • High expectations at work or unclear expectations
  • High-pressure environment and or extreme lack of structure
  • no control over work

Some of the lifestyle factors that cause burnout include:

  • Lack of close relationships
  • Insufficient sleep
  • Not enough time for a social life and relaxation
  • Having too many responsibilities while others do not contribute enough

Some of the personality traits that can cause burnout include:

  • High-achieving type a personality
  • The pessimistic view of the world and oneself
  • Perfectionism
  • Inability to delegate

Burnout is triggered by long-term involvement in situations that are emotionally very demanding; a commitment to particular causes, lifestyle, or connections that failed to produce the desired outcome. Burnout can likewise be seen as an indicator of the discrepancy between personal values or character and one's responsibilities at work.

Solutions to Burnout
If you are worried about burnout, there are specific actions you can take to handle them properly.
1.    Manage the different stressors that take part in your overall exhaustion. Once you have recognized what triggers your feelings of burnout, it would be easier to devise a plan to address these.
2.    Assess your options. Talk about particular concerns or issues with your supervisor space work together in changing expectations and reaching solutions or compromises.
3.    Adjust your behavior. If you have become pessimistic at work, seek ways to shift your outlook. Find the enjoyable aspects of your job. Take some breaks in between work time. Appreciate your coworkers for their contributions to work that was completed excellently. Spend some time away from your work and do things that you enjoy.
4.    Seek support. Whether you reach out to friends, co-workers, or loved ones, collaboration and support may assist you in coping with stress and burnout.
5.    Evaluate your skills, passion, and interest. An honest evaluation can help you come up with a decision whether you should take into account changing your job - a job that is less demanding or a job that best matches your core values or interests.
6.    Exercise regularly. A regular workout routine is an excellent way to deal with stress. It helps your mind to focus on different things.
7.    Get enough sleep. Sleep is an ideal way to protect your health and restore your well-being. Make it a habit to have at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep every day.
Keep your mind open to other options. Be mindful of not letting unrewarding or demanding work undermine your health and wellbeing.
Speak to a psychologist, regression therapist, complementary health care professional, hypnotherapist or CBT practitioner to determine the root causes of your behavioral patterns, and how to change them. Other valuable therapeutic approaches can be Information Field Technology, essential oils, meditation, yoga or other mindful activities.


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