Burnout is a medical condition

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THE LAST ACT OF THE STRESS CYCLE, burnout is a serious medical condition that develops from chronic stress. Emotional resources are stripped away until there is nothing left to counter the drain. It's a gradual depletion over time of your energetic resources. 

Burnout is a three-way, mind-body shutdown—emotional exhaustion, physical fatigue, and cognitive weariness. Numbness and cynicism set in. You may feel a sense of depersonalization and a lack of accomplishment. Withdrawal, detachment from work and relationships and symptoms of depression are a part of advanced stages of the cycle.

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Researchers have found that burnout can increase the risk of coronary heart disease in some people by 79%. Burnout can also lead to upper respiratory infections, stroke, and depression. You can stop burnout before it triggers life-threatening conditions by making the right adjustments to burnout triggers and building up crashed emotional resources.

Risk Factors That Drive Burnout

JOB STRESS CAN LEAD TO BURNOUT when you suffer a loss of physical and emotional resources too great to replace. If coping efforts fail to restore the loss, and there's no interruption of the stress trigger(s) causing the drain, you can wind up on the burnout track.

Typical burnout triggers include overwhelming workload, lack of social support or reward, emotionally challenging work, lack of control, and a sense of impotence—that nothing you do makes a difference. Burnout often strikes the hardest workers.

How You Can Stop Burnout Now

WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT BURNOUT? Deprive it of the oxygen that keeps it going— chronic stress—by changing the thinking and conditions that fuel stress. Our training and coaching programs are designed to help you do that. Studies show that a coaching or counseling program is one of the best ways to exit the burnout cycle. 

stock-photo-2342771-stress.jpgWe help you change work stressors and adjust burnout drivers, such as overperformance, no recovery time, lack of reward and support, and unviable schedules.

There is a way out of burnout: Your decision to be proactive. Our stress management programs help individuals and teams regather crashed emotional resources, regain vitality, and get off the burnout treadmill.

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