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Going on vacation won't cure your Burnout

Going on vacation won't cure your Burnout

Going on vacation alone isn’t enough to save you from Burnout, the one or two week break won’t suffice. Once a burnout knocks on your door it’s too late to take a jet an go on a beach for a couple of weeks. When you start to feel physical symptoms of burnout it’s usually a sign of a long time “abuse” thus a quick trip helps you to get out of the rat race, but it won’t sustain for more than a few days or weeks after your return. It might be a good idea to take a break. But during the break or after returning, it's necessary to look deeper into the reasons behind why these symptoms happened or almost happened in the first place. In our experience, early detection and a guide to avoiding burnout is still the best help.

Work Stress Is Causing Major Burnout Among Millennials, Data Shows

Work Stress Is Causing Major Burnout Among Millennials, Data Shows

Millennials suffering from burnout, already at the beginning of their career, due to fear of job loss, the expectation to be always available, and because of too much overtime

Mid-Life Stresses May Be Tied to Late-Life Dementia Risk

A study discovered that mid-life stress and anxiety may be closely tied to late-life dementia risk. The reasons are yet unknown, but the correlation was well researched with a 30'000 people sample size.

 

Source: http://www.health.com/healthday/mid-life-stresses-may-be-tied-late-life-dementia-risk