RHET bros, I'd like your input on CNS burnout. I've done it to myself before over a year go squatting then immediately deadlifting (dropped bar, had to sit down for 15min, crawled out of the gym, had zero desire to lift for ~5 days, felt like I was walking under water, etc). Well, I've done it again. I idiotically maxed out 3 days in a row (and haven't deloaded once in 3.5 months). Warmed up for deadlifts… first rep of the working set, my vision blurred out and I got a ringing sound in my ears for a split second. Dropped the bar and I knew I fried myself again. It's worse this time though… last time, after a few days, I wanted to lift again. It's been 6 days and I have zero interest in doing anything physical. I'm a bit worried because I've had a constant mild and dull headache since then… but I also stopped drinking coffee immediately because it exacerbated the problem last time so I'm not sure if I'm having caffeine withdrawal at the same time. I actually am able to get 8-9hrs of sleep every night, but while I'm awake, it feels like I haven't slept a wink (motor skills a bit sluggish, not processing things upstairs as quickly as usual, general sleepy feels). There isn't much info on the net, so if anyone has had experience: 1. How do I know when I'm ready to lift again (motivation is never a problem which is how I know I'm still b0rked)? 2. Should I ease myself back into it? 3. Should I disregard the Internet and see a doctor (I can already imagine a general practitioner telling me to just take it easy)? I'm probably missing some minor details, but as I said, things aren't clicking upstairs as well as they normally do.