Maybe your colleague's project ideas confuse you? Horoscopes may make certain individuals drained. Astrologers list the most taxing zodiac signs.
"Not everyone is hardwired this way, so Capricorn's work ethic is exhausting for other signs to be around," says Hollywood astrologer Ryan Marquardt, founder of Ryan's Astrology.
He says that they'll frequently tire themselves without realizing it until they miss out on relaxed time with friends and family.
"Like someone who drank too much coffee, the energy rush Gemini feels can't last forever, and the crash is inevitable," says Marquardt.
The social butterfly of the zodiac is fun, but sometimes they speak too much or run from party to party. Staying on the Gemini train is tough.
"Their insatiable thirst for experiencing everything life has to offer makes it hard for them to find a sense of contentment or satisfaction with the present moment, so they give off a restless vibe that makes other people feel anxious," says Marquardt.
Sagittarius is restless like Gemini. They want larger thrills and globe adventures, not simply socializing.
"Emotional rollercoaster" is how Medium Chat astrologer and spiritual coach Tara Bennet characterizes Cancer existence.""They go from one emotional crisis to the next without skipping a beat," explains Bennet.
Marquardt says people want "constant reassurance from others" to manage these emotions. This demanding, clinging approach may fatigue and alienate individuals.
Mercury rules Virgo, says Marquardt. This is fantastic in many cases, but it also forces them into your company, which may be "annoying and exhausting if nobody asked for their help," he adds.
Capricorns are self-centered. However, Virgos demand others to meet their immaculate standards, both professionally and personally.
Trying to achieve the goals these rams set for you is tireless, with the goalposts continually moving," adds Bennet.Aries, the zodiac's independent leaders, never lose focus.
Marquardt again compares this indicator to HIIT. "They come on strong and quick bursts, but they rarely have the stamina to maintain their energy levels."