From love to hate is one step.This is what our conversation will be about today.At the beginning of your trading career, you are burning with the market, you are interested in everything and you are ready to work 20 hours a day. You are full of optimistic hopes, expectations of freedom and financial independence. That's great!But at some point…You are no longer able to trade consistently and profitably. You understand that trading, the market and everything connected with it, are tired of you to hell! There comes a state in which you completely lose interest in forex, feel accumulated emotional and psychological fatigue and physical exhaustion. You don't want anything and nothing pleases you. You start hating yourself, the market and the whole world around you (as if he is to blame for something).Is this condition familiar?I "congratulate" you! You have a "burnout" effect, you have fallen into one of the psychological traps of trading and you have forex problems.If you think that you are alone in your worries, I can reassure you – the vast majority of traders have been through a similar state. Someone had the strength to overcome this trap in forex, and someone gave up trading forever…Personally, during the time of trading, which is almost 13 years, I wanted to quit forex 2 or 3 times and send everything to hell. And the number of guys with whom I have been in close contact and who have given up trading is in the dozens!But it's not that bad. Let's dig into the depths and try to understand together WHY a trader's emotional burnout occurs, HOW to recognize its symptoms and WHAT to do.To treat the disease, you need to know the reasons that led to it, diagnose the first signs of a possible disease in time and prescribe the right treatment.Read more: Emotions in the market – how to get rid of them?Causes of "burnout"Monotony of trading. Trading is a difficult, boring, monotonous activity. Every single day you, as a robot, do the same thing. Market analysis – preparation of a trading plan – implementation of the transaction. No creativity for you, no flight of fancy for you, no diverse tasks for you. In a word – routine!Market uncertainty. It should be understood that you are not trading currency pairs, but the probability of the occurrence of a particular scenario (the price will go up or down). And no matter how well you do your homework and preparatory work, there is always a chance that your script will not work. And this in turn leads to the feeling that you are not in control of the situation, do not achieve the desired result and as a result – disappointment.Workaholism and isolation. Trading is an individual activity. Forex works 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. And if you follow the market all this time with a break of 2-3 hours for sleep, then you simply do not have time and energy for everything else. Your whole life is spent at the monitor screen, in fear of missing your best deal. As a result, you sacrifice other areas of your life for the sake of trading. Turning into a kind of reclusive recluse, who has only charts in front of his eyes.Pessimism in life. If a negative view of yourself and the world around you incinerates you from the inside and leads you into wild despair, you give yourself an internal installation at the start that you are a loser and you will not succeed. Thoughts materialize, and you get what you were thinking about – another failure.Health problems. Incorrect regime, problems with sleep and chronic lack of sleep, lack of physical activity (you spend the whole day in a chair) sooner or later lead to health problems. And when there is no health, nothing pleases, you don't want anything and you don't need anything.Symptoms of "burnout" at an early stageYou are haunted by the feeling that a new day will not bring anything good, that a new trade (even before the opening of the transaction) will be unsuccessful.It is morally difficult for you to trade. There is a feeling that you are wasting time and effort on a completely useless activity.You feel physically tired. You are deprived of vitality and energy.You are tired of everything you do. The idea that you have to trade again depresses and irritates you.You lock yourself in and stop communicating with your family and friends.You are trying to get at least some kind of buzz from life and begin to "jam", "drink" or "sniff out" problems.Read more: Trader's suicide. Psychology of trading or what to do if you lose on Forex?What to do with "burnout"?Difficult question! And there are no universal solutions. Emotional burnout in trading is dangerous because in the wake of disappointment in trading and forex problems, you can completely ruin your whole life. Therefore, it is necessary to solve this problem in a complex.I will try to outline banal tips that we all understand and know, but do not always follow.In relation to tradingFirst of all, we need to stop trading. Maybe for a week, maybe for a month, or maybe for six months. Then, when you cool down and relax, take a piece of paper in a calm atmosphere and formulate your goals, objectives and expectations:What are your trading goals for the month, for the week, for the day? Mathematics is a strong thing and helps in setting goals perfectly. For example, you want to earn 20% per month from your deposit on forex. Divide by 4 weeks, we get 5% per week. Divide by 5 working days, we get 1% per day.Ask yourself the question, how realistic and doable are the goals you have set? Will you be able to achieve them by following your own rules of money management and risk management?What changes do you need to make to your trading system in order to return to trading and trade without stress? For example, reduce the size of a position, stop or profit to a value that is comfortable for you. Review your market analysis, adjust the definition of entry and exit points and position tracking.Where can you find communication, support and feedback with other traders? As I have already said, you are not alone – 95% of traders have experienced the same problems in forex to one degree or another and have gone through the "burnout" effect.Applied to life in generalLife is multifaceted and interesting, you should not focus on one trade. Set yourself clear boundaries. Every day, set aside a certain time for trading, and then stop and turn off the computer. Set aside time for sports (when was the last time you were in the gym?), get a hobby, chat with family and friends, and just walk in the fresh air. Occupy your brain with thoughts about something good and pleasant, besides trading.Read more: Why do 90% of traders lose on Forex and binary options?And I am 100% sure, then you will not burn in the market and you will not need firefighters!