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12 June 2020
Anti-Stress Checklist: Things To Do When You Feel Burnt Out

Anti-Stress Checklist: Things To Do When You Feel Burnt Out


Have you been anxious because of the things you have to do piling up right in front of your eyes? Do you find it hard to cope with the pressure at work? Do you feel exhausted, resulting in a lack of motivation and poor performance? Have you been having frequent headaches and an upset stomach? If your answer is “YES” to all of these questions, then you’re most likely suffering from a “burnout.”


Burnout may be related to various factors; people who are under continuous chronic stress produce high levels of “cortisol,” one of the three stress hormones in the body, resulting in the so-called “burnout syndrome.” [LINK SOURCE: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6571619/]


This can leave people feeling extremely demotivated, and can sometimes lead to severe matters if left unattended. So, what do you do when you experience these signs?


Here are five tips to help you cope with stress and pressure to avoid the extremes of a burnout:


Approach personnel from your workplace to address your concerns

If you feel stressed because of work, you might need to address your concerns to someone from your workplace. It can be your Human Resource representative or your supervisor whom you can share your sentiments with. In most cases, this could resolve issues on both ends; this could help you raise your concerns, while the management could also get feedback on how they can improve and invest in a healthy working environment.


Unplug, pause, and breathe

Remember the essential thing you have to do when you feel burdened: pause and take a break. While it is good to cross out all the items in your to-do list, it might leave you burnt out in the long run. Some even take a few days off to unwind and get their mind off things-- this might also work for you. But regularly scheduled breaks from work, and daily renewal and breathing exercises, are the most effective ways to combat burnout.


Get enough sleep

According to research, having less than six hours of sleep per night is a significant risk factor for burnout. It can lead to fatigue, poor performance, and decreased productivity. At best, your body needs time to recover from the stress it accumulated throughout the day. Replenish your energy through resting; value quality sleeps like you value healthy eating habits.


Set your priorities straight

Most of the time, people cram because of a lack of organization. It’s important to know what to do first and what things you can do later. Remember that pressure is an added factor to burnout. Stop worrying that something might slip through the cracks, and get over with your to-do list. That way, you can set your priorities and not worry about what might not be done on time.


Know your limits, when it’s time to stop, and when to ask for help

Sometimes all you need is a hand to help you get by. Confide your thoughts to a friend, an officemate, or a family member. If things don’t work out even after several tries, know when it’s time to stop. The constant pressure can elevate your tendency to experience burnout, so it’s essential to know yourself and what you can and can’t handle. Stop pushing yourself to extreme limits.


While taking care of your physical, emotional, and mental health is important in combating stress that eventually leads to burnout, a comfortable and cozy home could also help make you feel good after a long day’s work.


Invest in a quality home that offers convenience, is strategically-located, and has recreational amenities. Find one that suits your style, preference, and needs, a home that could be your haven and a resting place. That’s one less problem, which could be of great help to your well-being as well.


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