Feeling Burned Out? Here’s How to Fix it

The constant stress of trying to maintain a job, good grades, social life and staying in shape may lead anyone down to a complete and utter exhaustion. You may find the time growing shorter as your to-do list grows bigger. This condition is often referred to as brain fog, writes the “Teen Vogue” magazine.

The magazine states that if your life is rolling out of control, you might need to take a short mental health break by following the tips mentioned below.

Keep Your Talks About Work Short

You might find yourself constantly talking about your job even when you’re not in the working environment. If you find yourself constantly talking about your office, you might consider stopping yourself and switching the topic to something less stressful.

Cut Out the “Late Nights”

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Not getting a solid night’s sleep may lead to you feeling exhausted throughout the day without being able to accomplish anything productive․ Try separating yourself from work at an earlier hour; close your laptop a little early next time and transfer into the slumber state.

Nourish Your Body

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It may have been a while since you’ve seen a vegetable or had a proper meal overall. Your body demands to be nourished with healthy and tasty meals. Try cutting short on eating from cardboard boxes, especially if it’s fast food.

Get Back to People

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When work or studies come first relationships suffer be it a family, friends or the love of your life. Try connecting back with friends and family you’ve been postponing meeting since forever. Stop pulling disappearing acts as those people are the ones who will get you back down to earth.

Activate Your Muscles

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Are memories of muscles all you have left? Maybe try starting your day with a small yoga routine or try going for a short walk/run after work. This may seem like a waste of energy, yet you will find yourself feeling relieved from stress after incorporating a little activity into your daily routine.