Burnout syndrome.

In the region, Chile presented values ​​similar to those of our country, Peru 72.9% and in Panama 53.6%. Throughout Latin America, users have mostly experienced stress, lack of motivation and unusual exhaustion due to excessive workload.

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Mexican Council of Neurosciences

Undoubtedly, the COVID-19 pandemic has had great effects on job stress, either by working from home or by attending a specific work space. After a year and a half of pandemic, 86% of users in the region say they are more “burned” than last year. Also, for those who work remotely, 45% say that going back to the office generates anxiety.

At the same time, 53% of Argentine users admit that they work more hours than the working day lasts. The pandemic puts on the table the organization of work schedules, since with it phenomena that could fuel this trend have accelerated which increases periods of employment.

At the time of organize workload and personal life, in Latin America 51.4% say they have not achieved it. This is due to the difficulty of establishing a weekly schedule planning, coordinate household chores with your partner or family, do not have a personal space to work or the lack of extracurricular activities of the children does not allow them to be able to do so.

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Burnout syndrome.

Gentileza: Health

In search of a solution to the “burnout” syndrome 72% of people try to do activities that relieve stress and help to disconnect from work. Among the main activities are doing yoga, gymnastics and other relaxation exercises, also reading or watching series. What’s more, some choose to stay in touch with their loved ones and talk about the problems they face to mitigate the impact of discomfort.

Conversely, 48.6% guarantee that they have been able to organize work and personal life through weekly scheduless, with the help of your partner or family and having your own space available to work. However, when counting the number of hours spent on housework, most users in Argentina, Peru and Chile admit that they spend two hours or less. Panama is the only one that differs from this line, since users spend between two and four hours on the household order.

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