Extensive syllabus, extracurricular activities, relationships, social media, and family, being a teen isn’t an easy task. All these tasks are demanding and require dedicated time and attentiveness. While trying to strike a perfect balance between their personal and professional life, teens often start feeling overwhelmed. Stress and anxiety start disrupting their daily lives, making it quite difficult to bring life back on track. All these are signs of burnout. In simple words, burnout is a phase when kids overwork for long periods while feeling a lack of control over the situation and have little or no passion for the work. Long term burnout can also make them vulnerable to illnesses like colds and flu. It is important to have these signs of burnout at the correct time to help overcome the complex situation. Here are 5 signs to identify burnout in teens.