Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital recently performed complicated eye surgery on a 5 and a half-year-old patient after he came with a complaint of profuse bleeding post root canal surgery. After a few symptoms like bleeding spots on the skin, dark tar-like stools, and bloody vomiting episodes along with high fever his parents rushed him to the hospital where our experts found out he was suffering from a life-threatening condition, he was operated on as soon as possible. With our experts and the patient’s cooperation, the surgery was successful. We wish him a very speedy recovery.
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How to fix millennial burnout syndrome at the workplace?
This is not a problem that office management can fix. They can only take steps to avert the condition from rising. These days, companies are understanding the problems of employees and they are willing to take necessary steps to ease their load. Management must look into the matter and resolve things as this would not only improve the mental health of the worker but also their work efficiency that directly profits the company. Organisations can take steps and initiate wellness programs to promote mental health and well-being. These need to be prioritised at the policy level by governments and organizations. The first step in resolving any problem is identifying it and then taking the necessary steps to curb the problem. Workplace support is critical in identifying employees who are at risk and help them mitigate burnout. Signs like chronic fatigue, trouble falling asleep, loss of appetite, loss of focus, and feelings of pessimism or apathy are a few of the early signs of burnout. This should not be ignored and medical assistance should be taken immediately.
Steps to Prevent Millennial Burnout Syndrome
At an individual level, there is always something we can do to move ahead in life and surpass any problem we might encounter. More than a health condition, this is a lifestyle problem that can be easily tackled with proper management. Here are a few points to consider to stay safe and secure physical & mental wellness.
- Set your own boundaries and learn to say ‘no’ to things we don’t like doing or we don’t believe in.
- Reach out to a trusted colleague or a close friend to talk about your feelings about work.
- Tackling burnout includes self-care. One needs to set realistic goals and working on unhelpful thoughts and unrealistic expectations are important.
- When millennial burnout creeps in, consider facing the problem heads on.
- It might look difficult initially but in the long term, it is sustainable and rewarding. Reaching out to a mental health professional is important if the negative emotional state persists.
Stress has become an everyday thing and we cannot escape it. However, we can work in the direction to reduce stress or not let it affect our health. Millennials are over-working and this is certainly going to take a toll on their health one day. Millennial burnout syndrome would be the result. If you are a millennial and struggling to keep your psychological health in place during work from home, you must practice the above-mentioned steps suggested by the psychiatrist. Listen to your body first and then your boss. You are wholly responsible for your health and you must keep it in place.