Are you approaching burnout from being a helping professional?
If so you are not alone.
According to an article by Health Trust, "More than half of all U.S. physicians surveyed in 2014 by the Mayo Clinic reported at least one symptom of burnout—an increase of 9 percent from a study three years earlier." Although you may be another kind of health and wellness practitioner the fact remains that helping professionals who suffer from career induced burnout is on the rise.
What Can You Do Right Now
Take action to prevent burnout and increase self-care for yourself.
According to an article by Holistic Primary Care, there are 5 primary burnout insulators:
- Reflection and Recognition
- Coping Styles
These may seem like a no-brainer to you but it is a good reminder to zone in on preventative measures that can help you to be your best so that you can take care of your clients and your business. Check out the additional resources below for more tools to use for creating a self-care plan of action today.
What are your best strategies to help prevent burn-out? I love to turn off all electronics and listen to nature. What about you?
KEEP IT SUNNY!