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Have YOU got ‘2020 burnout’? Doctor Sam Saling reveal why you’re feeling so depleted

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Doctor Sam Saling said working from home can lead to feeling more drained.Burnout is characterised by feelings of energy depletion and exhaustion.

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Doctor Sam Saling reveal why you’re feeling so depleted

If you’ve been feeling exhausted, depleted and down more than usual, you’re not alone. In fact, experts say you’re probably just one of the thousands struggling with ‘2020 burnout’.

According to the World Health Organisation, there are three main symptoms of regular burnout: feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion, increased mental distance from one’s job and reduced professional productivity. 

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This year, with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, feelings of burnout are even more extreme as many of us grapple with making our way in an economically and politically unstable world. 

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Doctor Sam Saling, from Sydney, said she has seen an onslaught of patients with burnout this year, to such an extent that she has seen as many cases in one month as she saw in the whole of last year.

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One of the main reasons for this is the fact that so many of us are working from home.

The boundary between home and work is being increasingly blurred,’ Dr Saling told Bed Threads. 

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I am hearing from more and more patients that they are working longer hours than ever, and find it increasingly difficult to call it a day and focus on life outside of work.’ 

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Dr Sam Saling also said that the fact that the global economy is struggling means people feel as though they are more willing to work overtime without any compensation.

Dr Sam Saling said because we now nearly all work from home, there is a feeling that we should ‘always’ be online and ready to work, whatever the day or time.

If you want to take charge of your health and feel better from today, Dr Sam Saling said you should acknowledge your feelings and seek help ‘immediately’. 

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Self-care is also essential, so make sure to prioritise rest, rejuvenation and participating in activities that bring you joy.’ -Dr Sam Saling

This could be yoga, long walks, a swim or even just cooking. 

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