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Are panic attacks an anxiety disorder or a form of stress?

Written on 11 January 2017, by Dr. Paul Koeck
A panic attack is a specific anxiety disorder caused by stress. Symptoms of a panic attack are heart palpitations, a fast heartbeat, shaking, an unpleasant feeling or ache in the chest area, stomach complaints or nausea, dizziness, a feeling of lightheadedness or fainting, fear to lose control or to...
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Less stress through fifteen minutes of daily solution focused self-help for one month!

Written on 9 January 2016, by Dr. Paul Koeck
Stress? Anxiety? Depression? Burnout? Hyperventilation? Addiction? Good news for doctors and healthcare providers: Less stress through fifteen minutes of solution focused self-help during one month! These are the results published by the Artsenkrant in September regarding its first anonymous solu...
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Solving stress in 15 minutes

Written on 7 January 2016, by Dr. Paul Koeck
Paul Koeck, MD, provided training for solution focused stress management for JCI Deinze. In this article yo will find a short overview regarding some insights which the participants from this training received in order to deal with work stress as well as private stress at home or with the family in ...
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Is Kathy Pauwels cured from Burnout? Interview with Paul Koeck, MD in ‘Dag Allemaal’

Written on 25 June 2015, by Dr. Paul Koeck
Burnout and re-integration in the job afterward: an interview with Paul Koeck, MD, based on the news message that well-known Flemish & Royalty TV presentor Kathy Pauwels would be cured from burnout and is returning back to work. ‘Before a burnout patient goes back to work, they need to pre...
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Paul Koeck, MD, in radio interview on ‘Charisma’ on Radio EenVandaag

Written on 24 June 2015, by Dr. Paul Koeck
The Dutch National radio broadcasting station Eenvandaag interviewed Paul Koeck, MD, about the phenomenon ‘Charisma’ after the film premier of the movie ‘The Double’, after the eponymous novel by Fjodor Dostojevski:...
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How does our brain process negative thoughts?

Written on 7 June 2015, by Dr. Paul Koeck
The training principle When we train a muscle every day, it becomes larger, heavier, and more powerful. When we do not use a muscle for an extended period of time, it reduces. This is called muscular atrophy in the medical world. It can take months to re-train your muscle after you start using it ag...
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