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Celebrities who've publicly dealt with burnout

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Celebrities who've publicly dealt with burnout

Burnout is something anyone can experience. From feelings of fatigue and anxiousness to experiencing a lack of motivation, no one is immune from the pressures of the workplace and their social life, which has left many individuals feeling burnt out.

Earlier this year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) also confirmed that it will recognise the growing issue of corporate burnout as a medical condition, indicating the prevalence burnout is having on society.

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