Burnout is a reaction to prolonged or chronic work-related stress. It’s more than just feeling tired at work. Job burnout can negatively affect your physical and mental health, and if ignored or unaddressed it can have significant consequences. Explore this section to find tips on how to deal with work burnout.

What Fatigue Is And How to Manage It Burnout

Managing Fatigue: Could It Be a Sign of Something More Serious?

Reading Time: 4 minutes How often have you complained about being ‘exhausted’? Lot’s we bet! That’s not surprising. We’re used to living a very fast-paced lifestyle, more so than ever. Adapting to an ever-changing atmosphere means our mind and body could struggle to keep up. There are lots of factors that could contribute to fatigue, mild or chronic. Such things as hormonal changes, like during puberty or menopause, external…

March 25, 2022

What Can You Do When You Hate Your Job but Can't Quit Burnout

What Can You Do When You Hate Your Job but Can’t Quit?

Reading Time: 7 minutes If you hate your job, you’re not the only one who feels that way. It’s hard to say exactly how many people hate their jobs, but according to different studies, somewhere between 20% and 40% of employees report feeling unhappy at work. Although hating your job is a common human experience, that doesn’t make it less difficult to handle. It can be mentally and emotionally…

January 28, 2022

You Need to Choose Between Mental Health and Career Burnout

You Need to Choose Between Mental Health and Career. Says Who?

Reading Time: 12 minutes A career starts long before the first job. It’s a long story about the passions, education, skills, influences, experience, knowledge, aspirations, and efforts that shape a professional path. And that path for sure isn’t something we want to give up easily.  However, we’re often expected to sacrifice mental health for success. We have to choose between deadlines and healthy sleep, a promotion and quality time…

November 19, 2021

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