We often say “I’m exhausted,” which usually means that we’re tired from our daily work. It is natural to feel fatigued at the end of the day after intense mental or physical work. No rest is enough to make up for the lost energy. Moreover, since the pandemic, we have been struggling with both physical and emotional emptiness that somehow just stays with us nevertheless – some may say this is one of the newest common diseases. Let’s see if there’s a way to tell if we have severe exhaustion or different reasons behind our condition.
1. What is exhaustion and its syndromes?
Growing up, we get exposed to exhaustion – it has many forms, and it is crucial to distinguish them from one another.