Identifying and Combatting Burnout

In this week's podcast for International Stress Awareness week, Leyla talks about identifying and combatting burnout and what you can do. Continue Reading Identifying and Combatting Burnout
Welcome to the 114th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. It’s International Stress Awareness Week, a week created in 2018 to raise awareness about stress prevention.

However, as this year marks 23 years since the establishment of Stress Awareness Day on 3 November in 1998, on today’s episode, I’m going to be talking about identifying and combating burnout.

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On today’s show

  • Why I decided to make an episode on this topic. [00:55]
  • A definition of burnout. [01:48]
  • The three stages of burnout as outlined by a psychologist. [02:30]
  • The signs and spotting the effects of extreme stress. [04:37]
  • What you can do to solve burnout [07:04]

Quotes on Identifying and Combatting Burnout

  • Burnout is something we’ve all experienced in our lifetimes, either knowingly or unknowingly, especially over the last 20 months.
  • When we talk about burnout, is a state of emotional physical and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.
  • Building up from stress, burnout occurs when we feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained and unable to meet constant demands.
  • If untreated, medically or socially, it can lead to serious physical and psychological illnesses.
  • Sleep is one of the things that can suffer when we’re experiencing extreme stress.

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