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Business Insider-logotyp Av Rachel Gillett av Business Insider | Bild 1 av 9: Work can be taxing for everyone, and we all occasionally feel weary after a long day at the office.<p>But if your life is a chronic state of stress and exhaustion thanks to work, you're probably suffering from<a href="http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00127-005-0011-5">job burnout</a>.</p><p>Sometimes it's hard to notice when the physical, <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/signs-youre-suffering-from-job-burnout-2015-7?utm_source=msn&amp;utm_medium=referral">emotional</a>, or mental exhaustion from work is taking its toll, but with the help of burnout specialist <a href="http://benfanning.com">Ben Fanning</a>, we're able to identify some warning signs.</p><p>By taking note of these common habits workers exhibit when they're burnt out at work, you can take steps to avoid burnout entirely in your current role or reignite your career, Fanning says.</p><p>Steve Benna contributed to a previous version of this article.</p>shutterstockFeeling depleted after work<p>Consistently lacking the energy after work to do regular things like cook, go to the gym, or spend time with your family is not a good sign.</p>Disregarding how you treat coworkers or customers<p></p><p>If you're planning to quit or you're just sick of dealing with the same people every day, it may be reflected in how you treat your coworkers.</p><p></p>Constantly being asked about your feelings<p></p><p>Do your coworkers often approach you because they're worried that you're struggling or down on yourself? This is a signal that others are picking up on your misery.</p><p></p>Rafi Letzter/Tech InsiderFeeling liberated after a Friday at work<p>You know you're really stressed when you truly feel like you've been freed when the weekend rolls around.</p>Explaining your job with "fine"<p></p><p>An obvious sign of burnout comes when family and friends ask you about your job, and whether it's new or you've been there for a while, you simply respond with one-word responses like "fine."</p><p></p>Inconsistent sleep patterns<p></p><p>Oftentimes, people that are over-stressed at work will lose sleep over something they they did (or didn't do) at work, Fanning says.</p><p></p>Phalinn Ooi/flickrSetting your alarm too early to use the snooze button<p>The signs of job burnout can start first thing in the morning. For example, you may feel so tired that you hit "snooze" over and over and then feel frantic and late when you wake up.</p>Losing hope for a turnaround<p></p><p>"When you're burned out it's easy to forget that organizations and the work environments are dynamic and are constantly changing," Fanning says. "If you're frustrated by your company or boss, sometimes just waiting it out can be effective."</p><p></p>Clenching your jaw when you walk in the office door<p></p><p>Simply walking through the door at work shouldn't cause your body to contract in this way, Fanning says. This could be a sign that you're stressed and anxious about work.</p><p></p>Finding yourself unable to relax<p>Fanning says finding yourself unable to slow down and relax, especially when you're doing typically relaxing things like getting a massage, is a sign you're emotionally burnt out.</p>Noticing coworkers are hesitant around you<p></p><p>If you notice that your coworkers are "walking on eggshells around you because they don't know what to expect," that's a clear sign that you're having a tough time.</p><p></p>Dreading a new job search<p></p><p>Even if you know it's time for a new job, if you're over-stressed there's a chance you won't even take the time to look, Fanning says.</p><p></p>TrinDiego/flickrOver-complaining to your partner<p>There's no doubt that venting can help, but your problems at work shouldn't consistently become the problems of your significant other or your close friends.</p>Being overly cynical<p></p><p>Once you lose interest in the company and stop caring about helping it, you can become an on-the-job liability.</p><p></p>Rarely feeling like you're progressing<p></p><p>A lack of progress or feeling like you're stuck is likely a sign that it's time for a new job — or at least a vacation.</p><p></p>Stokkete/shutterstockConstantly feeling overwhelmed<p>Stress at work is inevitable, but every moment shouldn't be stressful. There are <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/this-simple-acronym-can-help-you-manage-stress-2015-7?utm_source=msn&amp;utm_medium=referral">simple methods</a> that can help.</p>Forgetting your last accomplishment at work<p></p><p>Not remembering the last time you felt satisfied or accomplished at work can signify the development of job burnout.</p><p></p>Not wanting to explain your job to people<p></p><p>"What do you do for a living?" is a common question at cocktail parties, but it likely becomes annoying to someone who is sick of their job.</p><p></p>Peter Macdiarmid/GettyFrequently losing your temper<p>Stress can lead to temper tantrums, when "it feels good just to let it erupt on whoever's around," Fanning says.</p>Fantasizing about quitting<p></p><p>Moving to a new job for a higher salary or better hours is one thing, but fantasizing about simply quitting is on the other end of the spectrum.</p><p></p>Dreading every Monday<p></p><p>Similarly to only looking forward to Friday night, absolutely dreading Mondays signals you're burnt out at your current job.</p><p></p>Thomson ReutersLiving like a vampire<p>Arriving before dawn and leaving well into the evening is stressful on its own. Being forced to work these hours can make the problem even worse.</p>Not spending time with coworkers<p></p><p>Burnt out employees tend to shy away from company-wide lunch events or happy hours because they've lost interest in building their network, Fanning says.</p><p></p>

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