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How To Deal With Burnout?

MSc COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, B.A Psychology, Sociology and English Literature
Psychologist, Hyderabad
How To Deal With Burnout?

Since all of us are working form home, most of our work has been shifted to online modes. This might give us the feeling of always being online, which also means always being at work leads to an always-on culture; which can lead to burn out sometimes.
Even when we are online for entertainment purposes, if someone from work or an important email is sent, even after work hours we tend to respond to them.

Here are some tips:
1. Do not disturb mode: after working hours, make sure to keep your phone on the do not disturb mode. Not getting alerts can help in reducing stress.
2. Take short breaks: take short 15 minute breaks in between to do something you love away from your laptop and phone.
This 15 minute rule even helps if have to go to office too. After office come home, freshen up relax do something that you love for 15 minutes and then do work if you have any.
3. Make a quick note: if you do get an email after work hours, make a quick note of responding to the email or some other work you remembered to do. You can make a note in your phone or on a post-it note, whatever works for you.
4. Send less email: research shows that people spend a third to half of their time in sending emails. This could result in increased work load and stress. Think if email is the right one for the job, if you are looking for a quick response call or text. Make sure your email is short and includes all the key words. Such things make it easier for you and other people. Long emails are hard to read, if there is a lot of matter just call and talk.
5. No phone rule: set a time when there should be a no phone rule to encourage time with your family like in bedrooms at the dinner table etc. This gets you your time off technology you have been at for most of your day and gets you time to talk to your family.
6. If possible, take short weekend trips to some place you like in the city which relaxes you or somewhere out where you can take your mind off work and relax.
7. It is important to have boundaries and limits: till when you will work, till when you will be available to respond to queries etc. Time off is strictly time off until you get something that can't wait any longer.

I am patient of mind disorder sadness. Doctor advise me take clonafit plus and same salt medicine. I feel it's nice result. But I take this medicine 6.7 year. But I leave this medicine same condition before 6 .7 years. And I feel my sex life is low and panic erections is very low .i ask it's side effects of this medicine. Please help me.

Dr.Prakhar Jain 93% (46ratings)
MD - Psychiatry, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Fellowship in Learning Disability & Neuro-developmental Pediatrics, DNB (PSYCHIATRY)
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I am patient of mind disorder sadness. Doctor advise me take clonafit plus and same salt medicine. I feel it's nice r...
It can be the side-effect of the medicine. However you can stop the medicine after you develop good coping mechanisms and stress management skills. Also for penile erection you can take medicines for sometime and do exercises to improve your erections.
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My questions are described as below. 1. If one having chronic psychological stress "while" receiving primary series of anti rabies vaccination which is 5 arv doses on post exposure prophylaxis, will high level of cortisol hormone or this chronic psychological stress during those times prevent our immune system to mount a proper response to the vaccine? 2. I believe reduction of antibodies level overtime is a normal process. Chronic psychological stress will be elevated cortisol hormone, does this high level of cortisol or chronic psychological stress causes formerly protected level 0.5iu of rabies antibodies drop to unproductive level? (hope to understand more about antibodies during this event as I ever administered 5 doses of arv 3 years ago) 2. If one having protective rabies antibodies level 0.50iu or more, our antibodies kill the virus instantly once it's in site before it enters the nerve? How long does it take for our antibodies to kill the virus? Assume the virus already entered the nerve and spinal cord but it hasn't reached the brain will our antibodies still be able to kill it? 3. Will chronic psychological stress or high cortisol level affect or alter hepatitis c antibodies and hiv antibodies "seroconversion" process? (means production of antibodies affected therefore unable to properly seroconvert of antibodies due to severe level of stress or chronic psychological stress) 4. For hiv infection I have seen few discussions from Dr. h. Hunter handsfield (hiv expert) through medhelp forum with his patients that antibodies will clear p24 out of the blood until p24 no longer detectable and excess antibodies will start detectable through serology blood test afterward as part of seroconversion. A. For hiv if one having psychological stress or chronic psychological stress or high cortisol level will production level of antibodies that produce by our immune system stop or delay while in the middle of clearing p24 due to stress? I seen some of this p24 discussion from h. Hunter handsfield m.d (hiv expert) with his patient which I screenshot their conversation in the attachment above (kindly refer to the attachment in the above for more detail) he mentioned "in other words, the p24 cannot become negative until at least several days (typically a couple of weeks) after antibody appears" by h. Hunter handsfield m.d. B. I'm concern about will antibodies stop or delay production during that stressful event due to stress which causes improper seroconversion? (probably similar questions to no. 3 but a little more detail:) 5. If one having chronic psychological stress and high cortisol level, will one seropositive infections such as hiv or hcv (hepatitis c) "seroreversion" to seronegative? (i do understand for hiv positive patient seroreversion for hcv is common, although i'm not hiv positive and read some cases mentioned antibodies for hcv persist for life, some said persist for many years or up to decades. 6. If one having psychological stress such as anxiety which is either chronic or not chronic does it affects seroconversion process of antibodies for treponemal test on infection like syphilis (such as tpha, fta-abs) or non treponemal test on syphilis? (such as vdrl, rpr). 7. If one having severe psychological stress anxiety or chronic psychological stress does it causes syphilis treponemal test or non treponemal test antibodies seroreversion? (despite I seen some expert discussed overtime seroreversion for non treponemal test which test turning to negative overtime is normal and is the only issue for non treponemal that might be due to the nature of the test itself which does not happen to treponemal test).

PhD - Psychology
Psychologist, Patna
My questions are described as below. 1. If one having chronic psychological stress "while" receiving primary series o...
If you have psychological stress you need psychological counseling services through the online or offline process for the positive attitude that will be better for recovery of your problem thank you.
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I am 21 years old boy few weeks back I have taken admission for bhms management seat. But from few days a thought striking my mind that "it could be better to take bams" because some people told bhms don't have scope. My decision making me suffer mentally alot. I know now everything is over can't do anything but guiltiness is making me to suffer. Please help me.

MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
I am 21 years old boy few weeks back I have taken admission for bhms management seat. But from few days a thought str...
Decision-making anxiety causes folks to feel frozen in fear because they can't seem to land on what is right or they get downright depressed because the fear of making the wrong decision shuts them down. But we have to look into the details of the problem. Let's have a detailed discussion for better advice and medication plan.
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Good evening I have been suffering for bp for the last 25 years and currently I take nebistar sa and my anxiety levels are high which I am controlling but some times it does nt. When anxiety level goes up and comes down after some time. I have moderate effect circucal spondelysysi. My age is 62 years and I am uncomfortable while sitting but once I go out I do not becomes comfortable. My ecg echo tmt 10 months back normal and absolutely no breathing problem no sweating appetite motion normal. How to avoid stress?

MA Guidance and Counseling, Pursuing PG Diploma in Counseling and Family Therapy (PGDCFT) , Post Graduate diploma in counseling and Family Therapy
Psychologist, Noida
Good evening I have been suffering for bp for the last 25 years and currently I take nebistar sa and my anxiety level...
Dear Lybrate user I can understand your concern. I would suggest you to seek counseling for your stress and anxiety. Invest your time productively. Talk to your family, spend time with kids, go for walking taking all the precautions against corona. Read interesting books. If you are spiritual, do meditation. Otherwise also meditation is good for stress relief. Yoga is another way to control stress and anxiety. Take healthy diet. Talk to your friends, friends are great stress busters. All these things will definitely help you to come out of your problem. And lastly, go for counseling, it will help you too. You can contact us at peaceofmind counseling services. We give online services presently. We shall be happy to help you.
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Age 23. Headache 24 hrs. 5 years se bna hua hai. Stress bahut jyada leti hu har choti choti baat ko dil pr lga leti hu aur jyada sochkr pareshan rehti hu. 23august 2020 se itna jyada headache hone lga hai ki jaise kisine bhoj dediya ho .dhadkta hai har vakt, neck pain bhi hai. Cervical pain bahut jyada ho gya hai ab with hand pain and neck ki akdan jakdan .right side and left side hand krke so nii skte itna pain hai koi kaam nii kr paarhi pr dard sehan krne ke saath sb krna hota hai. Jo nii hota vah dard hota hai mujhe jaise dard ka ghut peena pareshan hote hue peena pdta hai chup rehte hai. Depression ka asar itna jyada hogya ab pr solution nii hai too parivaar ka support, friends bhi nii. Kuch bhi acha nii lgta. Suicidal thoughts bhi aate hai. Ek din 3kapor ki goli khayi maine par akele iski taklif bardast ki kyunki ab har taklif ka ghut peene ki aadat hogyi .aap se ye puchna chahte hai ki stress lena too shyad kbhi nii chod paye aur depression khtm na bhi kr paye ache se. Exercise krne se stress dur hota hai ye sach hai lekin exercise kru mai aur pure vakt jaagte sote uthte har vakt pareshan rhu jyada sochu suicide mind me rhe too kya saari exercise asar kregi. Exercise krne se baaki saari cheezo ko saath rakh kr kiya jaye too kya asar acha honga please iss pr jwab jarur de.

MA Guidance and Counseling, Pursuing PG Diploma in Counseling and Family Therapy (PGDCFT) , Post Graduate diploma in counseling and Family Therapy
Psychologist, Noida
Age 23. Headache 24 hrs. 5 years se bna hua hai. Stress bahut jyada leti hu har choti choti baat ko dil pr lga leti h...
Dear Lybrate user after reading your concerns, I want to say you that aapko bina time barbaad kiye counseling ki zarurat hai. Aapko condition main suicidal thoughts aana possible hai, stress ki vajah se headache hai, nech pain bhi stress ke kaaran hai. Aap aesa mat socho ki aapka stress aur depression kabhi khatam nahin hoga. Har cheez ka ilaag hota hai. Stress hone ki vajah hoti hai. Aap zarurat se zyada sochti ho, jiski vajah se stress hota hai. Overthinking saari problems ka root cause hota hai. Apni pareshani kisi ke saath share karo. Parents, friends ya jis pe aap rely kar sako. Agar nahin to counselor se milo, counseling lo, counseling se bauht si mushkilein hal ho jaati hain. Exercise, proper sleep, healthy diet, sab stress se relief dete hain. You can contact us at peaceofmind counseling services for counseling. We give online counseling presently.
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Stress And Meditation!

Dr.Hemang S Jani 89% (477ratings)
Master of Physical Therapy MPT CARDIO, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Rajkot
Stress And Meditation!

Storm of thoughts in mind is a sign of stress. Silence and meditation calm the mind down, making it more still, focussed and sharp.

Removing Stress!

Dr.Chinmaya Debasis Panda 93% (145ratings)
MBBS, MD, CCEBDM(diabetology), CCMTD(thyroid dissorders)
General Physician,
Removing Stress!

Reduce stress by regular exercise, adequate sleep, laughing and maintaining good relationships.

My heartbeat increased and bp after going to doctor. It is 150/80. But Dr. is saying it is increased due to tension and it is normal .is it normal?

MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
My heartbeat increased and bp after going to doctor. It is 150/80. But Dr. is saying it is increased due to tension a...
White coat hypertension is a condition affecting patients who experience stress or anxiety at a medical setting such as doctor's office or hospital. This results in a higher than normal blood pressure reading during their visit. Let's connect over a call so that we can discuss your concern in details and make a suitable treatment plan for you.
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