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#physician #burnout #symptoms

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PHYSICIANS BURNOUT: As the demands on time and energy increase, physicians are becoming more exhausted and overwhelmed. The frenetic pace at which medical professionals are expected to practice can drive even the most dedicated and experienced physicians into burnout mode. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality have been studying… Continue reading #physician #burnout #symptoms

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Preventing and Managing Burnout in the Financial Sector

Once you realize you’re experiencing burnout, you can’t “unknow” it. Even if one chooses to ignore their symptoms there’s still an awareness of that nagging feeling of fatigue, frustration and dissatisfaction.   Burnout in Finance Sector affects every profession and it can have profound consequences.     For people in the field of finance, burnout can be particularly risky. The […]

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Burnout in the Finance Sector

Financial professionals are all too familiar with the stressors of day to day work.  Sometimes even the most resilient of professionals can fall victim to work-related burnout. Some of the most common causes of burnout in the finance professional field: Lack of work/life balance Long hours at work Extended hours away from home and family… Continue reading Burnout in the Finance Sector

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#PTSD: Accessing #Support and Healing (Part 2)

By Teyhou Smyth (LivingwithFinesse.com) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can hijack the mind and body like no other condition. Those who struggle with PTSD due to military service experience the impact of this trauma and deal with the consequences on a daily basis.  Symptoms like hypervigilance, racing heart, flashbacks, mood changes and intrusive thoughts impact… Continue reading #PTSD: Accessing #Support and Healing (Part 2)

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PTSD: A Natural Response to an Unnatural Set of Events (Part 1)

By Teyhou Smyth (LivingwithFinesse.com) Severe trauma has a unique way of binding itself to the mind. Our reactions are hard-wired and serve as a defense mechanism from the terror of those traumatic memories.  Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) emerges when an individual has experienced a significant trauma and the mind and body is grappling with how… Continue reading PTSD: A Natural Response to an Unnatural Set of Events (Part 1)