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How can I deal with burnout at work?

Experts say a solution to burnout at work is a trip to the gym. Burnout is a condition that includes emotional exhaustion and a negative attitude toward the workplace. Experts estimate that burnout costs the global economy $300 billion per year.

If you’re among those suffering from burnout, you should take a cue from Australian researchers, who found in a study that those afflicted with burnout improved their well­being and stress levels by doing a workout that contained both weightlifting and cardio training. The research provided a valuable supplement that attests to the significant benefit of exercise.

Avoid using comfort food or alcohol to cope with burnout. Instead, get in a vigorous workout and see how you feel.

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