This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Most people will, at some point in their life, struggle with their mental health.This can be due to a life-changing event, or anxiety, stress, or depression.
Even low-level stress at work on a daily basis can cause serious issues in the long term.Burnout is defined as the "feeling of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion" after experiencing a lot of stress over a long period of time, according to the NHS.
Here are the signs and symptoms of burnout and what you can do to manage it according to the NHS website. Break tasks down into manageable chunks and be sure to give yourself credit when you complete them.List the things that you are grateful for and think about what went well today.Even light exercise can cheer us up by releasing dopamine, and a feeling of accomplishment.