As of July 2019, burnout is officially recognized by the medical community as a condition that results from unremitting stress occurring over long periods of time. In today’s world, it is easy to see how you may suffer from burnout. Most of us endure long-term stress from a combination of factors including working, raising kids, financial pressure, and political unrest, and the constant bombardment of information from technology can enhance the stress and pressure we feel day-to-day.
While burnout occurs as a result of mental processes, it is also a result of the impact that the stress hormone, cortisol, has on our bodies. If we are to help you overcome the symptoms of burnout, we must deal with both the mental and physical aspects of the condition. At The Miletic Center, we work with you to restore your energy, drive and concentration based on your personal experience of burnout.
Burnout is also a result of the impact that the stress hormone, cortisol, has on our bodies. You don’t have to live with it - we can restore your zest for life and make your next years, your best years.
While burnout can occur at any age, even adolescence, it is a common occurrence in adults over 40. Just when the demands of child-rearing and career should be lessening, we find the body starting to reduce its production of needed hormones that provide vitality and energy. You don’t have to live with it - we can restore your zest for life and help you make your next years, your best years.