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Because chronic stress can not only impact the development of your uterine lining by making it thinner, it can also cause heavy flow and cramps.
If you experience more stress in the two weeks before your period, your PMS symptoms could, in fact, be more severe. And you might have burnout to blame.
A 2016 article studied the answer to this question, and it turns out – yes – your body’s response to stress can impact the quality of the egg.
One of the most often missed symptom is a change in mood. And when it comes to burnout, that change in mood looks like emotional exhaustion.
Long term stress, leading to burnout, will eventually affect your sex drive, whether you are male or female – and it doesn’t feel good at all.
One of the reason your period is delayed, though technically why your ovulation is delayed, is frequently due to stress – and that is where burnout comes in
Burnout has many ways of injecting itself into life and causing trouble. One of ways burnout interferes is by leading decision-making astray
When it comes to anxiety and burnout, the research into the fight or flight response is very strong, but the connection is different than you might think
Have you looked at your to-do list recently and thought “how am I ever going to get it all done?” We are currently living in a world where we are time crunched and over-scheduled.
Burnout can affect a variety of things from your ability to handle change, your mood and yes, even your periods. From causing you to skip a period or worse
Learn More As stress levels eventually hit a tipping point, not only will it develop into burnout, but symptoms created by an unsustainable state will also continue to develop. It’s widely accepted...
One of the cardinal signs of burnout that many people miss at first is an increase in irritability and snapping. This can be due to cortisol, and adrenaline.