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Table of Contents for Overcoming Exhaustion PLR Ebook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..3

What is burnout, what are the signs and symptoms?…………………………3

Common side effects…………………………………………………………………………..4

Stress vs. Burnout……………………………………………………………………………….6

Emotional vs. Physical Exhaustion……………………………………………………..9

Understanding the cause of your exhaustion………………………………………9

Ways to deal with exhaustion…………………………………………………………….12

Eat more often………………………………………………………………………………….12

Exercise……………………………………………………………………………………………. 12

Lose weight………………………………………………………………………………………..13

Get more quality sleep……………………………………………………………………….13

Reduce stress…………………………………………………………………………………….14

Cut out caffeine………………………………………………………………………………….14

Drink less alcohol………………………………………………………………………………14

Drink more water………………………………………………………………………………15

If none of the above tips work, what can you try next?……………………..15

How to Positively Improve Your Lifestyle Going Forward………………..18

 

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Introduction

Exhaustion – what is it? And how do you overcome it? Many in the healthcare field talk about it, but unless we know the definition, it is a hard topic to grasp. You have probably heard people say or have said yourself “Oh … I’m exhausted! “But are you really exhausted? Let’s look at the definition and you can determine if you are or not.

According to the medical use of the word (and there are other non-medical uses of it), it is “The inability to respond to stimuli; extreme fatigue”. Here is something else that is interesting “The act or instance of using up a supply of something”. Keep that last one in mind because we will come back to it. While is basically a non-medical definition, we will see later how it also applies to us medically too.

In the past, you may have heard of a condition called “nervous breakdown”. While the term is no longer used in the medical community, it is basically the same as mental exhaustion.

In this book, we are going to explore not only exhaustion, but burnout too along with:

  • Stress vs burnout
  • The difference between emotional and physical exhaustion
  • Understanding the cause of your exhaustion
  • Ways to deal with exhaustion

… and finally how to improve your lifestyle going forward, so it is less stressful and will minimize the possibility of exhaustion or burnout (again).

What is burnout, what are the signs and symptoms?

Another term frequently used in place of exhaustion is burnout … but they are inherently different. Burnout is “A physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress” and is mainly caused by stress on the job. While exhaustion is frequently caused by job-related stress too, and usually precedes burnout, it may not be related to a job at all; it can be better explained by the lifestyle you live – a feeling of overwhelm of life in general.

In other words, you are expending more energy – physically or mentally – than your body can withstand. And people react differently to the same stress. While one person may be more durable and can withstand stress better, another person be more fragile physically or mentally and progress to exhaustion or burnout sooner. Let’s look at burnout in more detail.

Burnout usually is characterized by these three stages (and in this order):

  1. Exhaustion
  2. Cynicism
  3. A feeling of incompetence

While the stages are usually progressive in nature, meaning happening in the order shown, they are all occurring at the same time by the time you reach stage three. As you enter the beginning stages of burnout, some side effects begin to emerge – tell-tale signs if you will.

Common side effects

One of the first signs is you begin to hate your job. That dream job that you worked so hard to get has lost its glimmer and instead is quickly turning into a nightmare. Along with job dissatisfaction comes an increase in absenteeism; then some physical ailments that begin to crop up. These can progressively get worse so that they are causing you to miss more work.

Another side effect is you are less patient with coworkers and may be more confrontational ranging from irritable to outright anger on the job. Some people in the early stages of burnout have trouble concentrating on their work and some experience outright forgetfulness where some aspect of their work slips their mind and they end up missing deadlines on important projects. And on the projects that do get done, performance begins to suffer which just adds to the already heavy stress load.

As the progression continues to cynicism, feelings of disillusionment and a loss of idealism begins to set in. This can affect your quality and quality of sleep at night. Over time without intervention, sleep deprivation can lead to the development of physical problems, like heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.

One common mental condition that results from burnout is depression, which if left untreated, can lead to suicide. That can happen when the feeling of overwhelm is so great that ending one’s life seems like the only way out of the pain. Frequent headaches are also common at this point along the continuum as is a pain in your gut.

The stress may have caused ulcers which could be causing the pain. There may also be an increase in the abuse of alcohol and drugs – both prescription and illicit – in an attempt to escape the mental anguish; it might work for a while, but in the end it only makes things worse. And on top of everything else, you may now have an addiction to deal with too. Can you see how this can quickly spiral out of control?

Over time, the continuum continues to the last stage which is a feeling of complete incompetence; you no longer think you are capable of doing your job.

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Email #1 – Welcome to Our Ecourse on Exhaustion (358 words)

Email #2 – Signs of Mental Exhaustion (335 words)

Email #3 – Signs of Physical Exhaustion (319 words)

Email #4 – Natural Ways to Treat Exhaustion (693 words)

Email #5 – Other Ways to Treat Exhaustion (303 words)

 

Exhaustion Email Article Sample:

Signs You Might Be Exhausted (Without Even Realizing)

Email #1 – Welcome to Our Ecourse on Exhaustion

Hello and welcome to the series on exhaustion and its signs. If you are not already too exhausted to read these lessons, this course we will cover:
• Exhaustion in General
• Signs of Mental Exhaustion
• Signs of Physical Exhaustion
• Natural Ways to Treat Exhaustion
• Other Ways to Treat Exhaustion

There is a difference between tiredness and exhaustion. Tiredness is defined as “a state where the mind or body has a need for rest”. Exhaustion is “an extreme form of tiredness that is both acute and chronic”. In most cases, tiredness is temporary and a good night’s sleep cures it. Once it reaches the point of exhaustion, other signs begin to appear, and a good night’s sleep does not solve the problem. The change from tiredness to exhaustion is subtle and if not aware of the signs, it can be easily overlooked.

The Type A personality, I-can-do-everything, high-achievers are ripe for exhaustion. They often are so passionate about what they do, they tend to ignore the fact that they’re working exceptionally long hours, taking on exceedingly heavy workloads, and putting themselves under enormous pressure … all to excel and be the best.

However if they do not recognize the signs and take action to change, at some point their world will come crashing down on top of them. Mental exhaustion as a result of stress in the workplace is known as “burnout”. However mental exhaustion can also occur anytime outside the workplace when a person is under persistent and relentless stress over a long period of time.

Unfortunately, you can’t leave burnout at work when you leave the office. In most cases it carries over to your personal life and causes problems there too.

Our bodies and minds do give us signs that something is wrong, however. We must know what to look for and recognize it as signs of exhaustion before it is too late. In Lessons Two and Three, we talk more about the signs and causes of mental and physical exhaustion.

That wraps it up for this first lesson. See you soon with a brand-new lesson. Be sure to read that one.

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How Long Does It Take to Recover from Exhaustion? – 470 words
What are the Stages of Burnout? – 416 words
What are the Symptoms of Exhaustion? – 404 words
What is Emotional Exhaustion? – 427 words
What Vitamins Help with Fatigue? – 454 words

 

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How Long Does It Take to Recover from Exhaustion?

Exhaustion is something which can affect each person differently, therefore the time taken to recover can vary from one individual to the next. However, there are things you can do and things you can avoid in order to speed up the recovery process and get yourself back to a healthier, happier place.

What is the average recovery time?

While it varies for each person and depends on the severity of the exhaustion, it can take anywhere between 3-18 months to fully recover. This will depend on many aspects of your lifestyle, which is often why some people recover quicker than others.

What can be done to speed up recovery from exhaustion?

Here are some of the things you can include in your routine if you want to speed up your recovery. People who focus on a holistic approach to recovery will often see better results than those who don’t.

  • Eat a varied, balanced diet including fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes and fish. This will give you a good source of vitamins, and many nutrients such as iron, vitamin C and magnesium will give you an energy boost.
  • Make exercise a part of your routine – this doesn’t mean you need to work out intensely every day, but you should engage in moderate exercise for 30-60 minutes at least three times per week. Playing a team sport you enjoy can help your energy and fitness levels while combining good quality social time with friends and family.
  • Taking regular hot baths can reduce levels of anxiety and fatigue and help your body to rebalance. Aim to take a hot bath once or twice a week for at least 45 minutes. You can add Epsom salts, essential oils and magnesium flakes for added goodness.
  • Regulating your sleep patterns and getting into a healthy sleep cycle can speed up your recovery from exhaustion. Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, allowing yourself at least eight hours per night.
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated.

What should you avoid while recovering from exhaustion?

While recovering from exhaustion, it’s important to note that the following may hinder your road to a speedy and healthy recovery:

  • Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol will slow down your recovery and could keep you stuck in the cycle of feeling tired and fatigued. Limit your alcohol intake to a maximum of 10-16 units per week.
  • Eating processed and junk foods multiple times per week can raise your blood sugar levels, preventing your body from effectively absorbing nutrients and vitamins, and making you feel sluggish and low.

The road to recovery from exhaustion can give you the opportunity to get your body and mind into a better place. Listen to your body and take time to discover what works best for you.

 

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6 Reasons for Constantly Feeling Tired Article Sample:

6 Reasons for Constantly Feeling Tired

Most people experience tiredness at times in their life. But usually there is something they can attribute it to, such as not getting enough sleep or more exertion than normal …and it is fleeting – a good night’s sleep or a couple days of light activities usually solves it. But what happens when tiredness becomes a constant daily and unending struggle?

It becomes fatigue. And while fatigue may seem just like ongoing tiredness, there is physiologically a difference.

Whereas tiredness is usually physical in nature, fatigue moves into affecting us psychologically also. Symptoms usually include difficulty concentrating, anxiety, decrease in stamina, difficulty sleeping and an increased sensitivity to light.

And fatigue can progress to something even more challenging – exhaustion. Exhaustion takes fatigue to the next level where a person becomes confused and even delirious, suffers from emotional numbness, has a sudden loss of energy, difficulty staying awake and a withdrawal from social engagements.

In this article, we are going to concentrate on the lowest level on this continuum – feeling tired. Feeling tired is a lack of energy and in this stage it can vary day-to-day from not being tired at all to being really tired … to the point where you question whether you will make it through the day or not without a nap. But, have you ever stopped to examine the reasons behind your tiredness beyond the obvious – a hard workout or not sleeping well the night before?

Not eating

One common cause of tiredness is low blood sugar. If you skip breakfast, or go too long between eating, your sugar gets low – to the point where your cells can no longer make enough energy to support bodily functions, hence you feel tired. While some people believe skipping breakfast is a key to losing weight, it is just the opposite. Eating breakfast spurs the metabolism into action to start burning more calories. The key is to eat a breakfast high in protein, but lower in carbs.

Not exercising

We all know you can feel tired after exercising, especially after the dopamine wears off. But did you know that not exercising at all can make you tired too? If you don’t exercise, it makes you feel tired … and not want to exercise, so it is a vicious cycle that will not stop unless you intervene and force yourself to do something – even a 10-minute walk can break the tiredness spell.

Not taking rest breaks

Are you someone that rushes through their day? Do you feel you have so much to do that you can’t stop for a break? If so, that could be a source of your tiredness. The body needs to rest both physically and mentally a few times during the day to reenergized itself. If not, you are going to experienced feeling tired.

Not taking vacations

In the previous paragraph, we talked about taking short breaks throughout the day. But at times, your mind and body need a break from your daily grind for a few days in a row – it is called a vacation and you should try it sometime.

Most companies give their employees vacation time ranging from a week to sometimes a month or more. But as uncanny as it seems, many people do not make use of their vacation time. Just as with short breaks during the day, our body needs to unplug for a few days in a row. Even a long 3-day weekend is better than nothing at all.

Not observing your religion

Regardless of your faith, or what you believe in as far as a higher being, most religions set aside one day per week to observe and practice your faith. For many it is Sunday; for some it is Saturday. Regardless, it forces you to take a break from your daily grind and rest or do very little during that day. It is like a forced break lasting for a day.

Not seeing a healthcare professional

There are certain medical conditions and diseases that can also cause tiredness – arthritis, fibromyalgia, Addison’s disease … and an overactive or underactive thyroid to name a few. If you have observed the other tips in this article and are still experiencing tiredness, see you doctor for a checkup to see if there is an underlying medical condition that could be causing your tiredness.

Contrary to what many people believe, humans are not machines; we can’t go day in and day out for weeks or even months at a time without some kind of break. Breaks can range from as little as 15 minutes in the morning and again in the afternoon, with a 30-minute to one-hour lunch break, to a vacation lasting from a week to a month. Use these six tips in this article to ensure that you give your body the best chance of keeping up with your daily routine and to keep from feeling tired.

 

Getting a Better Nights Sleep PLR Report Article Sample:

How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?

You’ll see a lot of people claim that they don’t need much sleep. However, the truth is most of us need a lot more than we get. There are a few lucky people who, due to their genetics and a rare gene mutation, can function normally on just six hours of sleep each night.

But, six hours is still a good chunk of sleeping for many people today due to the high demands on time. Let’s explore more about how much sleep you really need each night and then learn how to ensure you get it.

Sleep Seven to Nine Hours Each Night

When it comes to getting enough sleep, while it does vary slightly for different people, most of us (as adults) need between seven and nine hours of sleep each night. The only way to be sure that you’re getting enough sleep for yourself is to experiment, but start with the longest period – not the shortest.

Sleep Quality Matters Too

Technically, a person getting enough sleep each night should be able to fall asleep within about 20 minutes without any issues and wake up within 20 minutes when the alarm goes off without much of a struggle. Then, you should be able to get through your day with enough energy to be as productive as you need to be.

About Segmented Sleep

Some people have experimented with the idea of sleeping in two chunks instead of one long night. This idea has come about mostly because many of us have lifestyles that aren’t conducive to sleeping nine hours a night, and history shows that two sleeping shifts were common in some households in the past.

During the most extended sleeping, prehistoric people would visit friends, have sex, pray, and do other calming activities during the sleep break. Not much can be done without sunlight, so nothing too active. Then after a couple of hours, they would go back to sleep until sunrise.

The main thing to understand about that past is that we did not have electricity then, and therefore night-time was longer due to not having artificial lighting. With this standard, they were often really sleeping about ten hours a night, in two approximately five-hour shifts. Additionally, people did not have regular jobs like they do now and instead lived off the land, and their time was used differently.

This method of sleeping can work for people who don’t need or want to live in the daily schedule that exists for most people who have typical day jobs and a normal nightlife. So, if you have an open schedule, it can work for you. Aim for two five-hour shifts, which should result in at least the seven to nine hours of sleep you need each 24 hours.

The main thing to do is to figure out what works best for your lifestyle. More than likely, due to how people live today, it’s easier for you to stick to a regular night-time sleeping schedule and daytime working schedule.

However, don’t force it; if you try something and after a couple months, you’re not experiencing the good health and energy you hoped, try something new. Regardless of when you sleep, getting your sleep environment right is the ultimate way to ensure you can get the quality sleep you need.

 

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Subject: Restless legs syndrome

Dear [Name],

One common sleep problem, called restless legs syndrome (RLS), can not only keep you up if you suffer from it, but it can be disturbing to your partner too. The clinical term for this condition is Willis-Ekbom Disease, and it is classified as a sleep disorder.

Symptoms of RLS

What happens when you have this is that when you get tired and are relaxed and inactive, you get a strange sensation in your legs, often described as “itchy” or “pins and needles” or even like there are bugs on the legs. The feeling compels or forces you to move them around to relieve the symptoms.

Types of RLS

Some people only have mild RLS that they don’t even notice unless their partner lets them know they are “jogging” in their sleep. Others have symptoms they define as completely intolerable, causing severe and consistent nightly sleep disruption for them and often their partners.

Who Gets RLS?

RLS can affect people from all walks of life, both sexes and children alike. Middle-aged women and older are typically more likely to have RLS but only slightly. It is thought that about 10 percent of the population has some level of RLS. Sadly, the lack of proper diagnosis gets in the way of treatment, which does offer relief.

RLS Treatments

RLS can be successfully treated with both drug therapy and drug-free therapies. Some of the treatments include working toward better sleep habits, hot baths, heating pads, and leg massages.

The medications that have been used successfully include dopaminergic, benzodiazepines, anticonvulsants, and even some narcotic pain relievers if one reason you’re having RLS is due to another illness that causes chronic pain.

There is no cure for RLS. However, most people can get relief from the drug-free options if their condition is not due to a specific cause or illness. Ensure that you seek attention from your primary care doctor regarding your concerns about RLS. Missing sleep due to RLS is a very good reason to talk to your doctor, as sleep is very important to your mental and physical health.

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Topic: Signs You Might Be Exhausted (Without Even Realizing)

Email #1 – Welcome to Our Ecourse on Exhaustion (358 words)

Email #2 – Signs of Mental Exhaustion (335 words)

Email #3 – Signs of Physical Exhaustion (319 words)

Email #4 – Natural Ways to Treat Exhaustion (693 words)

Email #5 – Other Ways to Treat Exhaustion (303 words)

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How Long Does It Take to Recover from Exhaustion? – 470 words
What are the Stages of Burnout? – 416 words
What are the Symptoms of Exhaustion? – 404 words
What is Emotional Exhaustion? – 427 words
What Vitamins Help with Fatigue? – 454 words

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