A new study of 2,000 millennials identified the leading factors contributing to “millennial burnout.” The World Health Organization announced earlier this year that “burnout” is a legitimate diagnosis and a “occupational phenomenon” rather than a medical condition.

Many have since discussed the varying sources of millennial stress, but the experts at Yellowbrick psychiatric center in Evanston, Illinois went a step further. Asking millennials not only what causes their burnout, but how that it manifests physically and mentally. The study also identifies the most common ways millennials say they try to self-address the symptoms of their burnout, from watching streaming television and movies, to sleeping, drinking and socializing.

Courtesy of yellowbrickprogram.com

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