Symptoms correctly suggest burnout and then go over to the healing. More and more people fall ill with the so-called “burn out syndrome”, without having properly respond to the doctors! It is even often do not recognize the symptoms. Some doctor has until today difficulties to recognize the Burnout Syndrome as such or be recognised as a disease. For this reason, physicians by finding the classic Burnout often evade symptoms on an alternative and diagnose the “chronic fatigue syndrome”. The Burnout Syndrome is far more than a temporary state of exhaustion, which can be corrected with a few superficial tips and advice against burning out.
“The emotional symptoms of burnout syndrome include: reduced emotional resilience, mechanical functioning”, decreased empathy, hang to the nagging, impatience, intolerance, thin-skinned, slight irritability strong unwillingness to go to work every day, feeling of despondency and discouragement, Disillusionment, frustration, increasingly depressive reactions and retreat, sense of helplessness, powerlessness feeling of inner emptiness, escape, and thoughts of suicide, to the physical symptoms of burnout syndrome include: insomnia, nightmares, fatigue, exhaustion, lack of energy, stimulants, emergency or displacement means increased grip (such as increased or even excessive consumption of caffeine, nicotine, alcohol of other stimulant drugs; increased income on drugs), tension, especially neck and shoulder muscles, Back pain, headaches, immunodeficiency, frequent colds, gastro intestinal disorders, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, nerve irritation, nervous ticks, sexual problems, lack of desire, all statements that it is a condition caused by stress, which raises a strong depletion is common. The term burnout does burn out, to burn out: burn down, burn out, to burn oneself out: is totally spent, (destroy) and to be burnt out: be (completely) burned. Numerous publications describe external conditions, so stress, as a trigger which everyone could be affected (Embriaco, 2007). The syndrome refers to a condition that is caused by long-lasting burden. Each working in the nursing profession is a potential candidate for the burn-out syndrome, as tireless supply other your own needs are often neglected.” (Lloyd-Jones, 2002, 220).