­In 1926, future Nobel Peace Prize nominee Hans Selye, described stress as something that:

“…in addition to being itself, was also the cause of itself, and the result of itself.”


Stress is without any doubt part of our day-to-day life and everybody agrees that it affects our health, productivity and well-being.

Stress is commonly associated with high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, lower immune response and many others illnesses, but why and how those illnesses are triggered by the stress?

During our coaching sessions we talk about what creates STRESS in your work, life or both. We look for solutions and how to best deal with the STRESS they create.


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