Brush Stroke

Signs Your Body Is Telling You To Take A Break

Life can be exhausting. Between work, relationships, responsibilities, career, we often forget to take care of ourselves and our bodies. When your body is exhausted, it reacts by releasing cortisol and adrenaline, decreasing insulin production and tightening blood vessels. 

When you direly need a break, you might notice feeling gloomier than usual. You will also find yourself experiencing increased anxiety. Stress can often deter you from enjoying day-to-day activities. 

Emotional change

Stress is always associated with digestive issues that further contribute to indigestion and discomfort. It can also lead to more serious conditions like the irritable bowel syndrome. 

Stomach issue

When your body is exhausted, you will find it difficult to have a peaceful night sleep. You will be lazier through the day and your thoughts will overflow during night time. It can also make you anxious which may lead to overeating or undereating. 

Sleepless night

Initially a burnout may look like mild tension. However, it quickly turns into negativity and angry outbursts. At times, you may not even know what you are mad about but you feel cranky permanently. 

Cynical or negative feeling