"The best remedy for stress has four letters: No." (Achim von Arnim)
Burnout prevention and stress management
A burnout syndrome is a state of emotional exhaustion and reduced capacity. In the meantime, younger people are also very often affected, who have had to exceed the limits of their resilience due to their job and personal overload. Literally translated, burnout means "burning out". Burnout is followed by inner nervousness, exhaustion and depression. If you don't take action in time, the healing time is several months. Depression caused by exhaustion, such as burnout, also occurs in older people, for example after a long illness or when caring for relatives.
It is not uncommon for people to be affected by burnout or chronic fatigue syndrome who are extraordinarily resilient and who make a strong impression in their professional and private situation. The first inconspicuous physical symptoms of a burnout syndrome can be high blood pressure, sleep disorders, loss of appetite, tinnitus and reduced sexuality. Our stress highway also needs a speed limit. According to representative studies, around 7% of all employees suffer from a burnout syndrome, and many more are at risk of burnout.
The frequency of occurrence is significantly higher in certain occupational groups (such as managers, management consultants, entrepreneurs, teachers, social workers, nursing staff, prison staff, pastors, doctors, etc.) than in others. However, it is not the number of hours worked per week or the type of professional tasks that are decisive for the development of a burnout syndrome, but complex interactions between working conditions and individual requirements that lead to lasting Stress and eventually lead to complete exhaustion. Please get in touch with our in good time Team in connection.