When you work a 24/7 roster which encompasses some pretty ruthless hours, shift work burnout is going to be inevitable.
Considering sleep deprivation is often unavoidable and many employees have to work harder in today’s economic environment – burnout is becoming increasingly common amongst employees around the world.
But can you reduce the effects of shift work burnout?
You bet. And it all begins by watching out for the symptoms.
These may include things like headaches, stomach aches, high blood pressure, back and neck pain and even skin rashes.
They are basically warning signs that your body is not at its optimum.
In fact when you suffer from shift work burnout you can become more susceptible to viruses and other infections.(more…)