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Health disorders


unpleasantly sensed concern and subjective feeling of tension, which leads to various psychological and physiological responses and behavior and behavioral changes. Increased anxiety may interfere with full life, work and social opportunities, as well as the psychological and somatic problems.


disorder or panic attack is spontaneous, intense, short episodes of anxiety, which typically occurs when you don’t expect it without any prior signs or obvious reason. These episodes accompanied by a series of scary physical symptoms. A panic attack lasts for about 10-30 minutes (rarely more than an hour), the intensity reaching 5-10 minutes and usually appears 1-2 times a week, but in severe cases – even on a daily basis. They come up for approximately 5-6% of the population and is 3 to 4 times more common among women.


is an abnormal, painful, debilitating psycho-physiological process. It is classified as a mood disorder. Mood up emotions which are expressed as a personal worldview. Depression is much more than just sadness, because it affects both people’s thoughts and ideas about the future and can change the self-concept. Mood disorders also affect relationships with others – family, work colleagues and other members of society.

Burnout syndrome

too heavy workload, responsibility, high demands, low social support, and inadequate material and emotional reward is the pre-condition of formation for burnout syndrome. Burnout syndrome is a physical and / or mental exhaustion situation which occurs as a consequence of long-term emotional not well-being related to working conditions and self-image. It is emphasized that exhaustion is an emotional distress consequences. This is a situation when a person’s ability to work is exhausted. There are several risk groups that are particularly vulnerable to burnout syndrome: people whose profession is associated with the care about other people, emotional contact with people (doctors, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, teachers, psychologists and other professionals), especially if the work is related to people who are suffering, people who are young professionals –  just beginning to work, people who change jobs, start a new position at a new workplace, those whose work involves working in shifts, people whose work involves a high degree of responsibility, but the low material and moral evaluation and authority.

Vegetative disorders

long-term stress, dissatisfaction with life, a dislike of his/her work and many other factors that inhibit us every day, can cause vegetative dystonia (nervous system disorders). They can affect the heart, respiratory and intestinal tract. A person suffering from palpitations, blood pressure and temperature changes, sweating, diarrhea or constipation, feeling faint or nauseous, the human body itself can no longer be regulated. Symptoms may include one or several together or separately, often complemented by pain in the heart, stomach or back area. Generally physical disturbance accompanied by emotional distress. The client may fear falling, dying, he has depressed mood, fatigue, anxiety. These symptoms may be caused from organic disease, but they can also be emotional problems – chronic fear, anger, mental trauma in the past.

If you encounter the above or other symptoms and think you may need psychological, psychotherapeutic or psychiatric help, apply for advice from our experts.