Look at the clause in bold:
Job burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion which happens due to long-term exposure to a demanding job. It is also a response to acute job-related pressures. It is a psychological syndrome that involves emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and low personal accomplishment. In emotional exhaustion, the afflicted person feels being under pressure and losing emotional resources, while in depersonalization, a person becomes indifferent to his/her clients.
For sure I know the words "being" and "losing" are wrong. But what about using "to be" after "feel"? Would
In emotional exhaustion, the afflicted person feels to be under pressure and to lose emotional resource