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Stress & Burnout

Stress and burnout are interconnected psychological states with significant implications for well-being. Stress, stemming from demanding situations, can escalate into burnout—a state of emotional and physical exhaustion resulting from prolonged stress. Burnout often surfaces as decreased productivity, heightened irritability, and a sense of detachment from once-enjoyable activities.

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General Stress

General stress is a common human experience that arises from life's demands and challenges. It's that feeling of tension and unease that can come when we're dealing with responsibilities, uncertainties, and changes. This might show up as restlessness, irritability, or difficulty focusing, impacting our overall well-being.


Burnout refers to a state of chronic physical and emotional exhaustion, often accompanied by feelings of cynicism, detachment, and a sense of reduced personal accomplishment. It typically occurs as a result of prolonged exposure to chronic stressors, particularly in work or caregiving roles. Burnout can affect various aspects of a person's life, including their mental and physical well-being, relationships, and overall quality of life.

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