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Stress and fatigue? How are stress and fatigue linked?

Written on 11 January 2017, door Mijn Kwartier
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Do you sleep poorly? Do you notice that you are becoming more forgetful? Are you irritated? Then you might be fatigued. Fatigue is caused by a long stressful period or major event which causes that you can no longer optimally relax. Furthermore, people with fatigue issues have problems with performing on the same level as they usually do. Stress and fatigue are thus linked to each other in many different ways. Stress can namely add a lot to the development of fatigue. You are worrying, your body... Read more...


The human desire cannot be calculated, you test stress with a stress test.

Written on 9 January 2016, door Dr. Paul Koeck
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The human desire I agree that it is not possible to calculate the 'human desire', but it would be unethical to just sit still at this thought without taking up our moral responsibility to keep looking for ways in which to improve science so that people can be medically helped in healing from their stress related issues. Psychological test We namely know that being unable to fulfill your human desires leads to distress, and this distress is something which can to some extent be measured with psychological... Read more...


Less stress through fifteen minutes of daily solution focused self-help for one month!

Written on , door Dr. Paul Koeck
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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 solution focused self-help program according to the Brugse Model. The self-help program '15 Minutes 4 Me' was developed after initiation by Paul Koeck, MD. We developed this program for your clients.... Read more...


Work stress increases by 40% during economic recession

Written on 8 January 2016, door Dr. Paul Koeck
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Work stress increases by 40%, Irish study shows Work stress increases by 40% in times of economic recession, so a study by the university of Nottingham concludes. This study regarding work stress was published in the scientific magazine 'Occupational Medicine'. This study was done on ten thousand social workers in Ireland. Stress, anxiety, and depression increase Work stress increases absence from work or absenteeism by 25% Work stress during economic recession has the consequence that 25% more... Read more...


NLP or neurolinguistic programming by John Grinder and Richard Bandler

Written on 5 January 2016, door Dr. Paul Koeck
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The history of NLP In the seventies, the young researchers John Grinder and Richard Bandler were brought into contact by famous anthropologist Gregory Bateson with the world's most famous hypnotherapist, the psychiatrist Milton H. Erickson. They charmed Erickson with their intelligent insights and tried to summarize his genius in easy-to-learn rules. In itself quite an accomplishment. That is why Milton H. Erickson started out being very enthusiastic. The sad story of neurolinguistic programming... Read more...


Are there different types of people with burnout?

Written on 18 December 2015, door Mijn Kwartier
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Not all people have a burnout for the same reasons. There are different causes which can lead to a burnout. Even the combination of these factors can differ from person to person. There thus are different types of people with burnout. Research divides people with burnout up into 3 categories. This is done based on cause. One type is so perfectionist, that they overwork. The other cannot say no, so becomes burnt out. Because people with burnout have different causes, the focus is different for everyone... Read more...