In late March, on the basis of the My Career centre was created a volunteer headquarters to organize assistance to Muscovites aged 65+ and people with chronic diseases during the self-isolation regime, VM.RU reports.
The work of 1,500 volunteers is coordinated by 125 team leaders. Currently, they are trained by coaches, who are discussing with them what emotional burnout is, how to prevent its symptoms, what good habits help restore the physical and emotional resources of a body. Trainers teach how to prioritize, see the result, and not despair in case of failure.
Among the causes that lead to emotional burnout are prolonged stress, perfectionism, lack of stability, and unclear work results. Trainers will remind volunteers how important it is to take care of themselves, get enough sleep, drink enough water, and follow a balanced diet with the inclusion of the necessary vitamins, which helps to reduce the load on the nervous system.