Sunday , August 1 2021

8 Things That Lead To Emotional Exhaustion



Ever feel like life is stressful every single day to the point where you feel overwhelmed or anxious more often than not? Emotional exhaustion is caused by a long period of constant life stress, whether from personal stress at home or stress related to work. Understanding what your own triggers are will go a long way to helping you understand how to manage your exhaustion.

Disclaimer: Emotional burnout will differ from person to person. So, it is important to note that what might be stressful for one person, may be more manageable for somebody else. If you can relate to any of the signs in this video, always speak to your doctor or healthcare professional and seek medical advice if necessary. Emotional exhaustion can be difficult to manage so don’t suffer in silence.

If you relate to this video and want to learn more about the signs of emotional burnout, we have a video on that too: https://youtu.be/CDvnw8eOjFQ

Writer: Jade Hamilton
Script Editor: Morgan Franz
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera
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