A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO BURNOUT
WHAT DOES A GLASS OF WATER AND A PERSON IN STRESS HAVE IN COMMON?
How much do you think a glass of water weighs? It all depends on how long you will be able to hold it in your hand. If you hold it for a minute or two, it will be relatively light. After an hour, most likely your hand will go numb, and you’ll drop the glass on the floor.
The weight of the glass is not that important. What really matters is how long you can hold it without interruption. A person in stress is like a glass of water …
ABOUT ADRENAL FATIGUE & BURNOUT
The adrenal glands produce stress hormones: adrenaline which is responsible for the ‘fight or flight’ reaction and cortisol which main task is to maintain energy levels so that you have the strength to counteract the stressful situation. Continue Reading
Chronic stress occurs when one is constantly exposed to a stressful environment for a prolonged period of time without respite and time for regeneration. This type of stress produces many symptoms and can take a heavy toll on your health. Continue Reading
The origin of burnout cannot be traced back to a single factor. Numerous reasons may lead to it given the complexity of a human being. However, it is always a mix of health, psychological, occupational and other issues that come together. Continue Reading