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EAP Mental Talks: How to wipe out tiredness
март 18 @ 15:00 - 16:00Безплатно
EAP: Mental Talks: How to wipe out tiredness
To provide participants with information on how to distinguish spring fatigue from emotional exhaustion, to learn what could be the possible causes of fatigue, as well as what measures could affect in overcoming it.
The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and while others are out bounding in the warmer weather, you’re feeling sleepier than ever. What’s up with that? Spring fatigue, also known as spring lethargy, is a very real disorder that can leave those affected feeling excessively tired, lazy, and even depressed. It sounds counter-intuitive, but the changing of the season can take a toll on our body’s rhythm – known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
What’s Spring Lethargy?
This state of tiredness is often described as a reverse seasonal affective disorder. Typically, we think of tiredness and depression being linked to short, cold winter days, but springtime can create these symptoms too. The theory is that as the days get longer, our bodies automatically readjust their hormone levels. In the winter, we’re busy producing more of the sleep hormone melatonin. But when spring comes along, our bodies react to the increased levels of light and release more serotonin, the activity hormone. The change can be a heavy burden on the body, causing us to feel more tired for a few weeks as we adjust.
Typically, it affects sufferers for about 2-3 weeks, between March and April, as we get used to the new world clock and the longer days.
Regarding the reasons for tiredness occurrence, scientists unite around two leading theories. On the one hand – the transition from cold to warm weather, prolongation of the day, deficiency of vitamins and minerals, and on the other – the presence of hormonal imbalance is considered a leading factor in falling out. in depressive crises;
In emotional exhaustion, the causes are most often sought in the accumulated stress from your personal or work life or a combination of both.
Symptoms may overlap, leading to: lack of energy, depression, headache, sleep disturbance, fatigue, lack of motivation.
During our Mental Talk we are going to consider 10 specific steps for overcoming, including an adequate diet, exercise, relaxation and ect.
- To provide information and answers to the following questions:
- What does “spring fatigue” mean?
- What does “emotional exhaustion” mean?
- What causes them?
- How are they treated?
- To present 10 specific steps to deal with.
- If desired, participants will be able to share experiences, experiences, successful practices.
- Presentation of current information and research in the field
- Sharing successful practices
- Discuss topics related to spring fatigue and emotional exhaustion.
In the planned workshop are invited to participate MODIS team
Duration: 60 minutes