ARTICOLI CORRELATI

Knowing how to unplug from work during the vacations

It is important to remember that relaxation and self-care are not just luxuries: they are essential to avoid negative consequences, such as discomfort, discomfort, or slipping into a particular condition such as what has been termed burn-out.

Stroke: here’s what to do

Stroke is a life-threatening emergency. It occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures or becomes obstructed, due to a blood clot. In this case, the brain does not

Stress as a source of survival

Very often in work contexts it is possible for uncomfortable situations to arise, also related to mental illness. This negatively affects the worker’s well-being through increased cigarette consumption or alcohol

Transient ischemic attack: what to do?

Transient ischemic attack is usually the wake-up call for stroke. one-third of TIAs resolve spontaneously remaining a confined event, one-third go on to relapse, and one-third evolve to stroke. Symptoms

The psychological aspects of Peyronie’s disease

All this naturally reverberates on the couple's relationship, with the triggering of bad moods, misunderstandings, etc. Especially if due to shame or an unestablished relationship, there is no communication between the partners in this regard.

Daniel Goleman. Emotional intelligence.

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“Emotional Intelligence” and “Working with Emotional Intelligence” represent two seminal works for modern psychology; in fact, they resonate as a necessary turning point at a time when we realized the need to value man. Goleman ‘s work is completed with “Being a Leader,” written with Richard E. Boyatzis and Annie Mckee, a handbook on the development of human and interpersonal skills in human beings. The work is easily accessible, full of food for thought.

Intuitive Intelligence” by Gary Klein and “Oblique Thinking” by John Kay, on the other hand, make people think about the potential of intuitive thinking and its effectiveness in problem solving. Gerd Gigerenser ‘s book “Intuitive Decisions” also highlights the complexity of mental processes. In fact, we no longer believe that our brain is organized into two systems, but into many dynamic systems.

Source: I don’t have time for… How it wears out care: health workers under stress by Ferdinando Pellegrino

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Transient ischemic attack

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Borderline personality disorder

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Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression is a mood disorder characterized by symptoms overlapping with those of major depression and differing from the latter essentially in that it occurs in women a few weeks

Mild cognitive decline

Mild cognitive impairment (MDI) is a form of decline in intellectual performance and ability to store and organize activities intermediate between the physiological decline in mental performance and responsiveness associated

Peyronie’s or curved penis disease

Peyronie ‘s disease is a condition resulting from an abnormality of the penis due to fibrous scar tissue that appears on the penis changing its shape during erection, which becomes

Meniere’s Syndrome

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Syncope

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Neurovegetative dystonia

If you have the patience to interview a family doctor whose outpatient clinic is always very crowded, you will find that a good portion of patients are afflicted with a

Obsessive compulsive disorder

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Alzheimer’s disease

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