Burnout

If a long-term stress becomes excessive and cannot be avoided, it can lead to burnout syndrome.

The job doesn’t always have to be the reason. Private or personal burdens, such as caring for a seriously ill relative, can often lead to a state of being burned out.

Everyone can be affected. Burnout has nothing to do with personal failure. Many hard-working and motivated people are those who have burnout.

Numerous physical symptoms such as sweating, nervousness, headaches, insomnia, gastrointestinal discomfort or back pains are combined with the burnout syndrome.

The goal is to develop solutions together so you can deal with stress at your workplace and your personal daily life in order to feel self-improvement, control and joy back on board.