NUTRITION FOR PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF BURNOUT SYNDROME

19 Iunie 2021 Online Workshop

Gabriela Nedelea
This workshop has 3 credits

STRESS = the body's reaction to any condition or change that requires a new or quick response and an adjustment that takes us out of comfort = CORTIZOL DISCHARGE = EXCESS
BURNOUT = is defined as a consequence of a prolonged period of stress, leading to physical, mental and emotional exhaustion caused by daily stressors, causing total loss of energy, motivation, self-esteem and sometimes abandonment = POWERFUL OXIDATIVE STRESS. In simple terms, the installation of chronic fatigue, with strong effects on the whole body, especially on the entire hormonal system.
In burnout = CORTIZOL DISCHARGE DEFICIENCY as a result of constant excess discharge
Women are more likely to develop burnout syndrome, but men are not shunned either.
Therefore, nutrition is extremely important and nutritional deficiencies inevitably lead to a decrease in the ability of all organs and systems to function, which if not corrected affects physical, mental and mental health ... slowly but surely.
Thus, the organs that help to adapt the body to various conditions, implicitly to stress, without the nutrition they need, will not help us prevent the installation of burnout or get out of it.
Codruta is a patient with 2 autoimmune diseases and who experienced burnout syndrome twice, the second time, because she didn’t have all the information necessary for an effective management of burnout syndrome. Thus, for the first time she did not take important steps and this was felt at an interval of a few months, when the symptoms of burnout were more accentuated in the context of a strong emotional stress. The second time, having all the necessary tools, she overcame the critical stage more easily and continued a personalized protocol, respecting the key points in the management of burnout syndrome. Now, although she still experiences severe mental stress, like most people due to the coronavirus pandemic, she has that balance that makes her able to control her attitude toward daily challenges. Without a proper diet and a program of concrete functional food supplements, she would not have been able to balance it with everything around her.
For this reason, with joy and enthusiasm, she comes with you to share the results with her and with the clients she supported to help her body, not through purely theoretical notions but also through the presentation of 2 case studies.

Price

290 RON

VAT included

For registration before 21 May. After that the price will be 370 RON

Gabriela Nedelea is a consultant in personalised and nutrigenetic nutrition, a nutritionist technician and last but not least, a simple human. Balance is the word that guides her in her work with the people sheadvises and helps improving their well-being and to definitively change their perception of what a diet means.
She is a graduate of the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work at the University of Bucharest, so the concept of man as a bio-psycho-social being is not foreign to her at all, this being her approach in the work plan at the office.
She graduated the Master of Nutrition and Body Remodelling from the Faculty of Physical Therapy at UNEFS, as head of promotion being the first student-master student who became a co-author of research papers that were published with medical professors at International Congresses of physiotherapy in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.
In 2017, she became a nutrigenetics consultant and collaborates with laboratories in Italy and England, which perform nutrigenemic PCR tests, based on which they prepare precision personalised nutrition guidelines, epigenetics being what can modulate the expression of a gene predisposing to certain disease risks.
She is the coordinator of the nutrition technician course at the Fitness Scandinavia school and a master trainer in this course. He designed teaching materials for this course and all the teaching materials of the newest course of the school, that of General Nutrition Consultant.
She trained master trainers in nutrition who are now her colleagues, and within the national project Sanatos de mic, of the SAMAS association, she is a trainer in the nutritional education module of preschoolers for teachers, educators and nurses. At the same time,s he is a trainer within the same association, at the perinatal nutrition module within the SAMAS perinatal educators course dedicated to the medical staff involved in perinatal care.

She coordinated and managed national projects such as:
• Project developed in partnership with the Save the Children Association 2016 - The first 1000 days - counseling in maternity hospitals of new mothers on breastfeeding support and promoting exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months
• Study on breastfeeding and diversification of children's nutrition 2016– in partnership with the National Institute for Maternal and Child Health
• Study on reproductive health in women in Romania 2016– in partnership with the National Institute for Mother and Child Care - Alfred Russescu Bucharest
• SĂNĂTOS DE MIC Project 2017 - the pilot project carried out in 3 kindergartens in Bucharest in partnership with the Romanian Society of Pediatrics, the Romanian Society of Nutrition, the National Society of Family Medicine, the Romanian Society of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Pediatric Nutrition, Hospital Administration and medical services Bucharest, National Red Cross Society Romania, Philips Romania
• SĂNĂTOS DE MIC Project 2018, 2019 - implementation of a national project in 175 kindergartens in Bucharest - construction of recipes and cooking workshops for parents and children

Published and presented:

- Reducing obesity risk in adolescents through diet therapy and physical therapy - International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Physical Therapy Bucharest - 2014
- Comparative study on standardised commercial diets versus personalised diet in the treatment of obesity - International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Physical Therapy Bucharest - 2015
- Implications of food style in breast cancer epidemiology in Romania - International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Physiotherapy Bucharest - 2016
- course support - Food composition - bioavailability and biotransformation - ECT accredited workshop, Bucharest 2016
Course support - The influence of food supplements on sports performance - ECT credited workshop - Bucharest 2016
- Atherogenic plasma index in the young Caucasian population, without obesity - Bucharest International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Physiotherapy - 2017
- Practical guide for thyroid patients - Bucharest 2017
- Nutrition in the case of polycystic ovary syndrome - Bucharest 2017
- Nutrition of the child with risk factor for obesity through genetic inheritance - National Conference of Pediatrics - Bucharest 2018
- The importance of personalising nutrition and training, based on genetic testing - International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Physiotherapy Bucharest - 2018

Workshop contents

- Key points in stress prevention and management: hormonal rebalancing of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis - simplistic description and reporting of key nutrients in its support
- Rebalancing the immune system - support through functional foods and supplements
- Nutrients specific to the organs involved in the body's adaptation to stress and functional adaptogenic plants
- Foods help maintain a constant blood sugar - cortisol itself can increase blood sugar or in case of inability to release enough cortisol, blood sugar can decrease - it is essential the meal schedule and their composition, by excluding foods that "steal" body energy after the boom energy provided in the short term
- Implementation of the adjuvant protocol of detoxification functions
- Foods rich in essential nutrients to combat exhaustion
- Supporting digestion in burnout and integration of energizing, alkalizing and anti-inflammatory spices
- Foods that contain precursors for hormones essential for overcoming burnout syndrome
- Stage management burnout protocol

Workshop program

Saturday (09.00 - 17.00)

Online Workshop

Price

290 RON

VAT included

For registration before 21 May. After that the price will be 370 RON

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