What is a burnout?
Burnout is a chronic state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.
Stress & burnout is a chronic state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It’s increasingly common amongst business executives and those juggling a variety of modern demands. Ongoing stress and burnout leaves you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted and feeling unable to manage.
There are a number of stages of burnout usually beginning with traits of hard work, determination and motivation with increasing demands and pressure to perform. Early signs of stress and burnout include beginning to neglect self-care and reducing time spent with friends and family, breaks, hobbies or enjoyable recreational interests. Difficulty sleeping or changes in eating habits are common.
Other symptoms include having little energy or motivation, or feeling ‘wired’ and unable to slow down or switch off. Depression and anxiety is typical alongside burnout and stress. One danger is turning to addictive substances or medication in order to keep going or to try and manage symptoms. This only worsens the stress state in the long run.
Chronic long-term stress has a serious and detrimental impact on psychological and physical health. Many people only seek help after a serious related health problem. It is important to seek professional help as burnout can have devastating effects in every area of life; mental health, physical health, relationships, family, friend and work.
How do we treat burnout?
We only ever treat one client at a time – no groups or concerns about confidentiality.
All of the treatment programmes at RósGlas Recovery are specifically tailored and designed to each individual client.
Our comprehensive assessments inform both our clients and our team of the underlying factors associated with each case.
From this, we devise a truly individualised programme in order to offer the most tailored intervention – one that is more likely to offer longer term recovery.
Our expert team includes psychologists and therapists specialised in treating stress and burnout.
Through our range of extensive assessments we help you understand the unique origins of your particular situation – mindful that everyone is different.
Our private burnout treatment includes but not limited to:
- Assessment with our psychiatrist
- Consultations with our expert psychologist
- EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing
- Targeted biochemical restoration and nutritional therapy
- Psycho-nutrition and micronutrient supplementation to support optimal health
- Yoga & Meditation
- Mindfulness & Breath Work
- A range of complimentary therapies
- A range of relaxing and fun leisure activities
- Family Therapy
Comfort and discretion is always assured.