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Reduce chronic stress and avoid burnout in 4 steps

A Learning Program

 

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The exercise module available for download serves to reduce chronic stress and burnout with the help of a logically structured, step-by-step learning program. At the same time, an impending burnout is prevented. We locate stress as part of psychosomatics, since the word "stress" has something to do with the topic of "expectations" on a psychological level. Ultimately, the solution is to recognize the discrepancy between one's own expectations and those of others and to actively deal with them. The program is divided into 4 exercise parts (see table of contents below).

 
  • CONTENT
     

  • Step 1: Get to know the underlying concept of stress

  • Step 2: Capturing the meaning of inner reviews

  • Step 3: Get to know coping strategies

  • Step 4: Perform exercise steps

  • The ABC model of human behavior by Albert Ellis

  • Irrational ratings

  • In-depth theoretical background

  • General objectives of the exercises

  • Concept of mental health

  • Understanding the problem

  • Understanding stress

  • Understanding habits

  • Action model of the exercises

  • "Absolute Expectations" module

  • "Catastrophic Thinking" module

  • "Global person rating" module

  • "Low Frustration Tolerance" module

 

Stress, burnout and psychosomatics

 

The term psychosomatic is used with different meanings. Used in a narrow sense, it designates certain diseases in which functional disturbances and organ damage occur, the aggravation, maintenance or recurrence of which can be seen in close connection with an emotional disturbance. There is no uniform definition of which diseases are to be regarded as psychosomatic. In the literature, mostly unanimously, e.g. asthma, disorders of the intestinal tract, stomach ulcers, hypertension, migraine, neurodermatitis or rheumatoid arthritis are counted among the psychosomatic diseases. However, this module is about psychosomatics in a broader sense: it is about the interaction of illnesses with emotional, cognitive and behavioral processes. Put simply, this means that there can be no body without a psyche and no psyche without a body.

Most of the organs in the human body are supplied by the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in two ways (the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nerve fibers). In addition, the system of the endocrine glands releases hormones (adrenaline, noradrenaline, cortisol). For example, in states of anxiety or anger, the autonomic nerve supply to the stomach is stimulated. In this way, the gastric mucosa becomes oversaturated, making it brittle and vulnerable. These states of anxiety and anger are in turn associated with inappropriate thinking patterns presented elsewhere (should statements, low frustration tolerance, global person rating, catastrophic thinking - the processing of such "wrong thinking patterns" is also part of the tutorial).

The psychosomatic approach presented here should not result in the conclusion that every cold, for example, has an underlying psychological problem, but it is worth trying to see one's own illnesses in connection with one's own thinking and living habits .

 

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