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resilience - stress

Stress - essential to life and essential for survival

Don't stress with the stress!

Stress is mostly a matter of the head - it is in the head that you win.


Stress is a highly individual matter and shows how reality is experienced. Profound changes have changed everyday life in the last twenty years - from industrial work to more information work and services. The same external situation can cause very different stress reactions - a question of personal evaluation and inner attitude based on the respective learning history. The “modern” person is increasingly coming under pressure – specifications, fears and perfectionism are the main players. Flexibility, outsourcing, digitization and time pressure are the buzzwords of social change.
Mental training supports people in finding the right inner attitude for dealing with daily challenges in the right way.

Body and soul in dialogue

Science: A healthy mind resides in a healthy body.


In classical medicine, the human being was seen as a functioning "static machine" for a long time - in recent decades the classical approach has been replaced by the holistic approach - the human being as a dynamic, individual individual in the interaction of his social relationships. Today, the holistic approach - the interaction of body and soul - is the focus of psychosomatic medicine. The approach is not new, because philosophers already suspected the connection between body and soul in ancient times. Sound research results today prove the significant connection between mental states and health as well as illness. There is no doubt about the interaction of the mechanisms of stress processing with the complex hormonal body regulation. The human body reflects a "juice bar" of emotions. Mental training is based on a holistic approach - the focus is on the appropriate emotional handling of the mostly unchanging reality - the future-oriented, solution-oriented stress management is the goal.


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