Burnout is a common problem faced by many people, especially in today's fast-paced and high-stress world. It can be caused by a variety of factors, such as overwork, lack of control, and lack of support, and it can have serious consequences for both mental and physical health.
If you're feeling burnt out, it's important to take action to combat it as soon as possible. And with Jacinda Ardern's recent announcement that she is stepping down as Prime Minister (and alluding to burn-out being a factor), it's started the conversation around what those warning signs are.
Dougal Sutherland is a Clinical Psychologist in Wellington. Chatting to Jay-Jay & Flynny, he explains those four key signs of burnout, what it takes to combat burnout, and what tools we can use to get back on track and start feeling like ourselves again.