Ως medically The term Burnout is now accepted, according to the World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases. His victims? Usually Millennials, due to being overcharged by technology and social media tools.
Millennials, or Generation Y, is the demographic group that follows Generation X. This generation, according to researchers, is those born between 1980 and the mid-1990s. Millennials are referred to as the children of baby boomers.
The point is, how can millennials reduce the stress they are paying.
2.010 millennials took part in a survey by Lhasa OMS last June about their stress levels. Its purpose research it was the understanding of the impact of stress on everyone's life, but also the ways to deal with it.
Research has shown that Americans work longer hours than other countries and, therefore, live with more stress than others. 78% of respondents said that their lives are more stressful than they were for previous generations. This is due, inter alia, to the competition market of work, but also of the highly accurate healthcare. So it is not surprising that people who work on average 42 hours per week have symptoms of burnout.
91% of millennials surveyed said that if they had higher earnings they would suffer from less stress while not intending to stay in one. work which is not in their field of study and does not offer economics safety.
It is worth noting that millennials who have experienced burnout work for at least 40 hours per week, more than Baby Boomers, that is, born between 1946-1964.
Unfortunately, there is something important connection between technology and success at work, because to be honest in most cases one depends on the other. The point is, how do we get rid of it when there is really no time left for us. The remarkable thing is that few devote time to relieving personal stress, and 57% has a remorse for doing so. Also, only 9% of respondents are trying to find time to move away from technology.
Because very high levels of stress and stress have catastrophic consequences, which often lead to overwhelming personal relationships, it is necessary to finding personal time for both unloading and "detoxing" from uninterrupted technology.