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7 Ways to Prevent Autistic Burnout

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“Autistic burnouts for me feel like the puzzle pieces in Tetris falling so fast you don’t have enough time to line them up before they reach the top and the videogame is over, burnouts leave me feeling overwhelmed and exhausted.” –Ron Sandison I’ve experienced many autistic burnouts with relationships, academics, employment, and stressors of life.

I’ve learned to recognize the triggers of my burnouts. Some common triggers for my burnouts include over-commitment, anxiety, change in routine, lack of sleep, and sensory overload.

When I have an autistic burnout, my brain goes blank, making it difficult for me to communicate ideas or make decisions, and I experience both physical and emotional exhaustion.

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