Making changes in your thinking and daily habits can also make a huge difference in how you feel. Notice small signals and counteract them mindfully. Where do you find yourself getting the most irritated? Take a pause and evaluate it, acknowledge that you're feeling stressed. Eventually the mindfulness will become automatic and keep you from feeling overwhelmed.
Some outgoing types are better able to resist the downward spiral of burnout (Arnold Bakker, Ph.D); a dose of quiet time can make you feel less spent.
Perfectionists may be burnout prone, too much multi-tasking and wanting to take on more, will make one mentally exhausted (Ron Epstein, M.D.). Recognize when perfectionism isn't helping and give yourself permission to back off.
Hitting "pause" can give you the space, energy, and tools you need to figure out what to do next. Make small commitments to do things for yourself, which can be good for your state of mind. Share positive experiences with those you trust. Society has conditioned us to thinking that we have to always wear the "game on" face. Making mindful choices can be a huge challenge, (redbookmag.com).