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Burnout is the result of excessive and prolonged stress. It can leave you feeling emotionally, physically, and mentally exhausted.
Despite the grip that burnout has over so many of us, recovery is possible. While there’s no quick fix to burnout, there are many ways to alleviate stress levels and return to a healthier state of being. Here’s what you can do:
1. Set boundaries.
Reflect on what you can handle both mentally and physically.
2. Start planning.
Good time management allows you to accomplish more in a shorter period of time.
3. Stress management.
Make a list of activities that help you relax mentally and physically and incorporate at least one into your schedule every single day.
4. Stay healthy.
Staying physically healthy is vital to avoiding burnout. Give your body all the nutrients, water, exercise, and sleep it needs.
5. Treat yourself.
Having something relaxing and special to look forward to will help keep you motivated to stick to the plan, but also allow you some time to enjoy downtime.