Take this quick questionnaire to determine your burnout level.

If constant stress has you feeling disillusioned, helpless, and completely worn out, you may be suffering from burnout. When you’re burned out, problems seem insurmountable, everything looks bleak, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care—let alone do something about your situation.

Self-care is treating yourself with love and compassion. It’s the act of doing something that increases your health and well being. Self-care restores your energy and “fills you up” emotionally, physically, and/or spiritually. Self-care helps prevent burnout and is an essential part of living a healthy, happy life.

Stress is a natural part of life. The expressions are familiar to us, “I’m stressed out,”  “I’m under too much stress,” or “Work is one big stress.”

We take more than 17,000 breaths a day, but not all breaths are equal. Dr. Andrew Weil explains the importance of deep breathing and shows you how to accomplish it.

The stress and demands of the holiday season start early and typically build as the weeks wear on.  Some stress is inevitable. Some stress is actually helpful because it motivates us to be productive. 

Millions of Americans have found relief from depression and other emotional difficulties through therapy. Even so, some people find it hard to get started or to stay in therapy. This brief question-and-answer guide provides some basic information to help individuals take advantage of outpatient (non-hospital) psychotherapy.

Creating a mentally-healthy environment for you and your family is so important, and has far-reaching effects on relationships, health, academic success, and more. 

Try the following tips to help plan a week that will leave you feeling good, inside and out. If you are receiving treatment for a mental health problem, these tips can help you manage your illness and support your treatment and recovery.

Mental health is an essential part of each person’s overall health and wellness. At times, we all face challenges that test us and put our mental health at risk. When our mental health is poor, it can affect our entire body and play a role in the development of other health issues.

Most of us have felt “stressed out” at one time or another. When this feeling persists day after day, stress becomes chronic. Chronic stress can take a toll on our careers, on our quality of life and on our bodies, making us susceptible to a host of illnesses.

Going through a separation or divorce can be very difficult, no matter the reason for it. It can turn your world upside down and make it hard to get through the workday and stay productive. But there are things you can do to get through this difficult adjustment.

When you have a mental health condition, you may not realize how important your overall health is to your recovery. Having poor overall health can get in the way and make recovery harder. Finding ways to take care of your health can aid your recovery and help you feel better. Here are some things you can do.

Stress is with us all the time, and we can look at its occurrence and impact from several different dimensions. There's stress we impose on ourself, and there's stress imposed on us by others. 

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