5 Signs You Are Mentally Exhausted..

Are you mentally exhausted?


Do you know what it feels like to be mental exhausted?


Have you been through trauma and even so drained as a result?


Do you feel emotionally exhausted?


Do you feel physically exhausted?


That's all a part of being and feeling mentally exhausted?


Those questions you are asking yourself are all really feelings you're having.


They are your body's way of telling you that you're burned out.


It’s okay not to be okay.


The first sign of mental exhaustion is the feeling of hopelessness and despair.


It’s the dark cloud of doom, fear, and panic.


Secondly your confidence takes yet another hit, another setback.


You start to feel unworthy as though you are enough or haven’t done enough.


You feel as though you're coming up short handed.


You have high expectations of yourself and want what you hope to accomplish, nothing seems good enough in your eyes.


Thirdly you self isolate from everyone and everything you just want to be alone, by yourself.


You just want to sit in darkness with your own thoughts, and you push the one’s closest to you away for not for any real reason other than being exhausted.


You are burned out and you don’t have the extra energy to give.


You feel as though you can cope alone.


You feel drained on all aspects as if you are an empty vase that can’t pour anything out. You feel it physically, mentally, emotionally, even if you're verbally exhausted and don’t feel like talking.


The fifth sign it’s just another day.


You feel stuck and enclosed as if the walls are closing in and you're stressed out on all levels.


Your heart races, your anxiety is heightened .


You lose the ability to feel like yourself.


You feel overwhelmed very easily.


Mental exhaustion can happen due to trauma, loss of a loved one, break up, career choices, school pressure, and even the pressure of self.


Self care is vital at this point in time.


Get yourself in counselling, reach out to community support.


Only you have the power and the ability to change your life and make it what you want it to be.


Be kind and loving to those around you because you truly don’t know the struggles someone else could be facing.


Always be patient and loving with yourself.


Don’t overdo it.


Day by day, and hour by hour that's how you get through.


Here are some helpful resources to support you in the right direction:


https://checkpointorg.com/global/


https://ontario.cmha.ca/provincial-mental-health-supports/


https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/find-help


https://www.sprc.org/covid19