10 Warning Signs You’re Mentally and Emotionally Exhausted

Warning Signs You're Mentally and Emotionally Exhausted

9. You cry for no reason at all.

Getting affected by the smallest things makes you tear up easily. With mental and emotional exhaustion, we lose our ability to cope with challenging situations. This intensifies the stress and makes you teary-eyed for no reason at all. The tears are from all the pain you are holding inside.

10. You can’t sleep properly.

It’s hard for you to sleep even though you feel mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted. It is difficult for you to calm your thoughts and fall asleep. No matter how long you lie in your bed, your thoughts keep rushing in your mind making insomnia a bad habit you can’t kick.

Can you identify with most of these signs of a burnout? Don’t worry!

Emotional exhaustion is a treatable condition.

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If you are feeling overwhelmed all the time, then there are a few things you can do to make things better. Small changes in your daily habits can help you manage and prevent burnout.

Here are a few things you can do.

1. Remove the stressor.

Eliminate the cause of your emotional exhaustion. Identify the stressor and take steps to change the situation in your favor. There is always something you can do to make things better. You’re never helpless.

2. Practice mindfulness.

Mindfulness techniques have been recognized as scientifically to reduce stress and anxiety. Mindfulness means bringing your awareness to the present moment. Practice mindfulness to move your attention away from negativity.

3. Talk to a friend you trust.

Sharing your difficult emotions with a trusted friend can help a lot in relieving stress. They don’t have to offer you any solutions. They simply need to listen to you without any judgments.

Related: 5 Signs That Say You Need Emotional Healing

4. Seek professional help.

Consulting a therapist will help you gain the tools to work with your mental and emotional burnout. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and applied relaxation techniques can help a lot.

Do not allow negativity to overshadow you. 

Identify the warning signals of burnout and figure out how you can eliminate the stressors to recharge yourself, gain back your energy, and your will to live. 

Self-love is what you need most at this time.

Are you feeling mentally and emotionally drained? 

What are you doing to make yourself feel better?

We would love to know about your thoughts and experiences with mental and emotional exhaustion. So feel free to share your opinions below.


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6 thoughts on “10 Warning Signs You’re Mentally and Emotionally Exhausted”

  1. It feels like I’m in a dark whole steadily trying to crawl my way out.The mornings are the worst I’m so ashamed to say it takes me forever just to want to get out of bed. And I know I have things many things to be greatful for I feel like I’m not the person I once was and I need some of me back or ill never pull myself out of this dark dark place.

  2. Hi your number eight “Just don’t let these negative thoughts give you trouble.” is the worst anxiety advice I have ever seen and makes me question if you even understand anxiety. I understand you are trying to help people but I have been told this a lot with my anxiety and it only makes it worse. Someone experiencing anxiety and trying to not be affected by negative thoughts is going to lead to disappointment and a snowball affect of greater and greater anxiety. Feeling is important and pushing negative thoughts to the side only creates a snowball effect later on. There is not a magic off switch to stop anxiety, and there is no way to just decide that negative thoughts won’t influence you. Examples of things that actually help with anxiety:
    -meditation
    -breathing exercises
    -positive thoughts
    -exercise
    -journaling
    -art
    -going outside
    -fun easy hobbies
    -listening to music
    -petting a dog
    Instead of trying to “not let negative thoughts affect you” you should acknowledge negative thoughts. Then try and tear down that negative thought with logic, and turn it into a possitive

    1. Totally agree. Also everyone can experience anxiety to a certain degree but when it’s a deep anxiety that affects you constantly, then as you say, you can’t just push it aside.

  3. Yes but these types of mental conditions are , sometimes because of harmonal problems. What if so?

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