ROLE OF EXERCISE IN THE RECOVERY OF HUMAN SERVICES PROFESSIONAL BURNOUT STATE
Aims. The aim of the present study is to examine the key role of exercise as the recovery of human services professionals from burnout state. Methodology: This study used correlational research design. Data was collected from (n=80) male and female professional workers with the mean age range (M=34.89, SD=5.68) from control room rescue 1122 Lahore, Pakistan. The Burnout questionnaire was used to measure the level of burnout; however, the Exercise Benefit questionnaire was used to assess the level of exercise. Results: SPSS-25 version was used for analysis. Descriptive statistical analysis, reliability analysis, Pearson product moment correlation analysis and linear regression analysis were used in the present study. Results revealed that with burnout state of human services professionals during burnout state of recovery. Additionally, regression findings showed that exercise was significant predictor of burnout state of human services professionals during burnout state of recovery. Conclusion: It is concluded that higher level of exercise would lead to lower level of burnout states and recover and maintain the stress of human services professionals. Thus, future research needs to be done on this topic so that it can be better understood and applied.