Built to help women have a 360° approach to health through perimenopause to post-menopause.
Feeling burned out is one of the most common occurrences in our modern world. Everything is just so fast-paced and overwhelming that we just have no choice but to keep up. Most of the time we might not even notice it, but we are already getting burned out.
What’s, even more, is that feeling burned out does not just happen on a physical level. It can happen and affect your mental, and emotional aspects too. This is why it’s more common than we think. Yet, most people handle it poorly or don’t handle it at all until it’s too late.
Firstly we need to first know how exactly burnout happens? Is it the same as exhaustion?
Getting tired or exhausted is not the same as getting burned out although it can be one of the symptoms or causes. Burnout results from a constant state of excessive physical exhaustion, being emotionally drained, and mental stress among many others. Perhaps life has too many demands from us that we can barely keep up.
If this is exactly how you feel, then you are not alone! There are many others who are experiencing the same things as you do right now and perhaps just like you, the theory is only just learning about this now. Don’t worry, there is also nothing wrong with you if you really feel this way. Our world is becoming more stressful as the days go by and it would be a miracle if we’re left unaffected by all this.
Just like many others too, you are also probably looking for ways to deal with this feeling of getting burned out. We can’t thrive emotionally, physically, or mentally if we’re constantly burned out of motivation after all. Here’s the deal, though. There is so much you can do to reverse burnout mode, and thrive once again:
The pace of our life and our schedules either causes us to be sick or to be well. The choice is yours! ❤️
Here’s one of my favorite quotes:
“If you don’t want to burn out, stop living like you’re on fire.” Brene Brown
Work 1.1 with me, click here to set an appointment.