Documentary Investigates the Causes and Ramifications of Stress-Related Burnout


By Dr. Mercola Unless kept in check, stress can wreak absolute havoc on your life, undercutting your health and depressing your very will to live. Around the world, “burnout” is becoming an increasingly pervasive problem, affecting people from all walks of life. Being successful per se will not insulate you from burnout. On the contrary, it may actually raise your risk. “The Day I Snapped” is a mental health documentary featuring five professionals who walked into the proverbial wall one day, “suddenly” unable to cope any longer. However, as noted in the film, while the crisis may appear sudden, that moment when a person “snaps” is really the culmination of an untenable situation that has been going on for a long time. Why the Modern Workplace Promotes Burnout The five individuals in the film suffered burnout due to work-related stress, which is the most typical scenario. But what is it about the modern workplace that pressures people beyond their limits? Key factors highlighted in th
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/06/24/stress-related-burnout-causes-ramifications.aspx

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