Relaxation and burnout prevention

There's always something going on at home and at work. Your stress level is constantly rising.

But why did we make it for a while and now we can't?

Our stress hormone cortisol rises constantly, preventing the formation of its counterparts dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin. While the cortisol level drops again when the stress subsides, the "counterpart hormones" are not formed so easily and quickly. And there are always phases in which we are exposed to enormous emotional stress and high workloads, not infrequently also our own high demands on ourselves. And this is where an imbalance occurs, which gives us the feeling of being less and less resilient. The consequence can easily be that we end up in a burnout. And it takes a long time to get out of it.

For this reason, we should take countermeasures BEFOREhand. Take a short break now and then during the day - this is all too often forgotten in the stress. Meditation or short breathing exercises can create small islands for us in which we can ground ourselves and the stress hormone is reduced. Take short breaks in between with breathing exercises or short meditations. Try it once!

If you have any questions or need help, please get in touch!

"Only when you are well yourself, can you make sure the most important people around you are well too!"