Stress is a big part of running a business, and the results are often worth the hardships and headaches you had to endure on the way. But too much stress can turn into burnout, which can plague anyone and affect your life, even outside the workplace.
According to a research led by Armita Golkar, Ph.D., at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, burnout changes neural circuits in the brain, which hurts your ability to cope with stressful situations. In other words, the more stressed you are today, the harder it will be for you to handle stress in the future.
Before it affects you in the long-term, it’s vital that you address what burnout is, identify if you are suffering from it, and take steps to efficiently recover today.
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