BUSINESS EXECS & ENTREPRENEURS
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently classified BURNOUT as an official ‘syndrome’ conceptualised as a result of chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. Chronic fatigue, stress, self criticism, poor decision making, anxiety, irritability, fear of failure, insomnia, impact on relationships at home and work.
We can spend hours working on our physical well-being and health, however, if we ignore the emotional side of our bodies the suppressed emotions will eventually manifest as physical symptoms. Addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, hormonal imbalance, PTSD, depression, low self esteem, grief, jet lag.
Athlete burnout is a syndrome of continual training and sport attention stress. Diminished performance, chronic fatigue resulting in strength and stamina loss, difficulty concentrating, illnesses as a result of suppressed immune system, disinterest, moodiness and irritability, anxiety and depression as a result of falling short on sports demands.