Burnout is all too common, and women 40ish and up are particularly susceptible due to our hormones, physiology and our responsibility load.
Here are some signals your body might be sending to indicate that you’re on a path to burnout:
Are you drained?
- Feeling worn out emotionally or physically, even when “rested”
- Unrestful sleep or trouble sleeping
Are you disengaged?
- Feeling “numb”
- No interest in or actively avoiding activities and/or people you’d normally enjoy
- Feeling “meh” or a general loss of zest in life
- Tuning out or not being fully present and attentive, even with loved ones
Are you less productive?
- Running out of steam before finishing tasks or projects
- Working or doing tasks more slowly than usual
- Dropping balls such as missing deadlines, forgetting about meetings or regular duties
- Trouble thinking as clearly as usual
- Easily or frequently distracted
Are you feeling resentment or sadness?
- Feeling unappreciated by others
- Feeling unusually impatient or short-tempered
- Getting teary or crying more easily than usual
- Frequent “escape” fantasies of leaving your job, home, life
While no one person will feel all of these or feel them equally, feeling several of these signs over a period indicates you may be burning out.
What to do about burnout?
Yes, there are lifestyle and boundary changes you can make to address burnout. But where will you find the energy to do any of it?
Meet Burnout Relief
Wile Burnout Relief can help. It’s a potent herbal concentrate made with clinically backed ingredients and no stimulants.
Just 1-2 droppers right under your tongue can help:
- Relieve physical signs of burnout
- Help you find the spark and re-energize in body and mind
- Regain your focus
- Boost stress resilience and tolerance
This article is intended for informational purposes and is not intended to replace a one-on-one medical consultation with a professional. Wile, Inc researches and shares information and advice from our own research and advisors. We encourage every woman to research, ask questions and speak to a trusted health care professional to make her own best decisions.