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«Stress can affect the health of every person differently. Individual and holistic treatment is therefore important.»– Specialist Dr. med. Martin Ihle
When the stress impacts the body
Dealing with stress is an important issue in our society. Whether school children, university students, working people, job seekers or pensioners: sooner or later everyone feels the negative effects of stress on the body.
Basically, stress is a natural reaction of the organism to the challenges of its environment. A stress reaction in the sense of fleeing or fighting is, from an evolutionary biological point of view, a physical response to a dangerous situation. Blood circulation, muscle tension
Nowadays the organism is exposed to many different stimuli, to which it cannot react physically as nature intended. Because this no longer leads to
Positive and negative stress
However, positive stress (eustress) can be very healthy because there is still a balance between demand and reaction. It increases attention and enhances performance. In addition, it increases self-confidence when a challenge is successfully mastered.
Negative stress, however, overtaxes the human organism. A persistent mental load and tension without a physical balance can damage the organism. Chronic stress, in turn, is the cause of many diseases. Performance decreases and sleep disturbances can occur. In addition, the immune system is weakened, which can cause weight gain and disorders of the digestive organs (irritable bowel syndrome). In the
Diagnosis and therapy
For a diagnosis, a measure of the regulatory capacity of the organism in relation to the autonomic nervous system can be
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Gyrotonic training for the whole body
In order to cope with stress, the Gyrotonic training allows you to carry out an additional comprehensive body workout in which functional chains, coordination
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Dr. med. Martin Ihle