Everyone can get lost
Cooling means people burning out of work, but depletion means burning out of life - and there is no need to relate to a person's work at all.
However, most people who lose their lives end up falling out of work… ..
Everyone can get lost!
How our life journey can lead to depletion
Vital Exhaustion is a condition that has evolved over the long term due to various forms of long-term stress in life itself. It is important to bear in mind that life stress affects the daily life of the individual, family and general quality of life.
Life depletion is in many ways similar to the concept of cooldown, which has been considerable in the recent debate. Cooling means people burning out of work, but depletion means burning out of life - and there is no need to relate to a person's work at all. However, most people who lose their lives end up losing their jobs, according to Eygló.
One of the most common reasons that people seek help due to depletion is that the body gives up. For example, people wake up one day and cannot move.
Eygló Guðmundsdóttir, doctor of health sciences and psychologist, has investigated depletion and examined the connection between trauma and stress. 20 years. Eygló's study of the parents of pediatric cancer patients showed, among other things, a very strong relationship between trauma-related diagnosis and the illness of a child and disempowerment. Studies have also shown the relationship between cardiovascular disease and the level of depletion, but increased symptoms of depletion may increase the risk of heart attack in other healthy subjects by 150%.
So there is still a lot of shame in getting exhausted. It is therefore important to open the debate on depletion and learn to know the danger signs, as this can be useful to all of us!
In the lecture, Eygló discusses, among other things, the main symptoms of life stress, the consequences of long-term stress, the relationship of shocks and exhaustion.
Lecturer: Dr. Eygló Guðmundsdóttir, psychologist
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