Burnout & Chronic Stress #infographic

 Burnout & Chronic Stress #infographic

Stress is very necessary and what motivates us to do better is anxiety. It's when we're continually exposed to stress and anxiety that we don't let go, that it's beginning to turn into burnout "— Siobhán Murray, Psychotherapist & Author of The Burnout Solution The Science: How Chronic Stress Could Affect Your Brain WHO describes burnout as a condition caused by persistent occupational stress, including 3 components.

Not All Pressure Is Equal Americans claim they feel overwhelmed by pressure: 57 percent Invigorated: 43 percent Why the difference? They are likely to experience different types of stress Short-term stress — such as stressing about a deadline Has a simple outcome Challenges to excel Channels cortisol towards a concrete target Persistent stress never ends — and gradually rewires the brain Less brain activity associated with higher-order tasks More brain activity associated with survival instincts Offers no outlet for cortisol.

 Burnout & Chronic Stress #infographic

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