Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic many people are experiencing burnout. As CBS2’s Meg Baker reported, experts say self-care and supporting others are becoming more important than ever. Mask. Hand sanitizer. What time is my meeting? The kids’ Zoom class? If you feel like your head is spinning from trying to keep track of everything, you’re not alone. “Signs of burnout are things like feeling exhausted, extreme fatigue, feeling helpless or hopeless,” said Ann Murphy, a director at Rutgers School of Health Professions. Burnout is more than stress. Murphy said you may not be able to sleep or may not want to get out of bed. Eating habits may also change. To read the full story.
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