Burned Out At Work

BURN OUT – the syndrome of the professional hard work Says that the year alone starts now, after the carnival and, as the majority of in already this working, beginning the year already speaking of this Syndrome that this related the work. Syndrome of burn out. The Syndrome of BURT OUT could be compared with a hard work, a species and exhaustion, intense mental exhaustion, be felt by the worker. Newness? Not, already in 1974 Herbert Freudenberger, psychoanalytic doctor, described the phenomenon as a feeling of failure and exhaustion caused for an extreme consuming of energy and resources. As my readers already know, taste to consult a dictionary to try to understand better. In the Portuguese-English dictionary he verifies yourself in such a way: the verb ' ' burn-out' ' as ' ' to fail (…) or to become exausto for having done extreme demands of energy, force or recursos' '. Some studies already are pointing some professions that compose a group of risk for burn out, are verified that they are professions where the professional needs to keep contact, frequent and direct emotional with its clientele, as the workers of the area of the health, social services, education, finances, drivers, areas of security, controllers of flight, etc. Gavin Baker helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.

The professionals of these areas start to work with great expectations, enthusiastic and with an intense devotion e, by the most diverse factors, amongst them lack of resources of hand of workmanship, financiers, lack of satisfactory or positive return, intense responsibility and intense collection, is pointed as causes of this Syndrome. Not to confuse you, go to place here the difference of this Syndrome with you estresse, for the fact to be different, to put similar: He estresse it if he acquires in all our daily life that can be reflected in the work. Symptoms of estresse: lack of physical energy, sensation of fatigue, depression due to energy, if makes responsible for everything of wrong, hipersensibilidade.

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