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Title:Priporočena prehrana bolnikov s sindromom adrenalne izgorelosti
Authors:Bordon, Tanja (Author)
Lahe, Milica (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis (m3)
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Predstavljen je sindrom adrenalne izgorelosti, vse pogostejša tegoba storilno naravnane družbe. Ljudje doživijo adrenalno izgorelost, ko se od njih zahteva več energije, kot je lahko dajo. Opisana je adrenalna izgorelost, ki se razvije iz kroničnega stresa zaradi dela. V času doživljanja kroničnega stresa in kasnejše adrenalne izgorelosti se lahko pojavi več značilnih stanj in bolezni; pogostejše so srčno žilne bolezni, ki lahko vodijo v infarkt. Za adrenalno izgorelost je značilno veliko pomanjkanje energije, ki jo še okrepi stanje po infarktu. Na porabo energije vpliva bolezen, zmanjšajo se zmožnosti in interes za normalno prehranjevanje, zato se tem bolnikom lahko spremeni telesna masa. Namen specialističnega dela je predstaviti sindrom adrenalne izgorelosti in ugotoviti ali se izgorelim bolnikom, ki so preživeli infarkt, spremeni telesna masa in ali so nedohranjeni. S prvim anketnim vprašalnikom je bilo ugotovljeno, da je večina bolnikov izgorela. Z drugim — mini prehrambeno oceno so ugotovljene in predstavljene njihove prehranske navade. Njihova telesna masa, prej višja od normalne, se je nekoliko znižala, njihova prehranjenost pa je bila v času po bolezni slabša. Optimalna prehrana za izgorele bolnike in bolnike s srčno žilnimi boleznimi je ista: klasična varovalna dieta z mnogo antioksidanti in z živili po konsistenci prilagojenimi zmožnostim uživanja.
Keywords:sindrom adrenalne izgorelosti, zaposleni, povezane bolezni, infarkt, prehrana, antioksidanti
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[T. Bordon]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616.45
URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TPES1WEM
COBISS_ID:1660836 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Recommended nutrition of patients with syndrome of adrenal burnout
Abstract:This is a study about syndrome of adrenal burn out being more and more frequent distress of productive oriented society. People experience adrenal burn out, requiring more energy than they can give. There is description of adrenal burn out which develops from chronic stress due to work. During the period of experiencing chronic stress and later adrenal burn out several characteristic features and illnesses can appear; more frequent being cardio coronary diseases which could lead into heart attack. For adrenal burnt out it is significant that there is great lack of energy which is even strengthened after the state of heart attack. The use of energy is also influenced by illness, abilities and interest in normal diet are reduced , therefore body mass of those patients can reduce. The aim of expert work is to represent syndrome of adrenal burn out to establish whether burnt out patients who experienced heart attack have their body mass changed and whether they are undernourished. With the first questionnaire it was established that majority of patients are burnt out. With the second – mini nutritional assessment their nutritional habits were established and represented. Their body mass, previously higher than normal, slightly reduced, while their nutrition was worse during illness. Optimal nutrition for burnt out patients and patients with cardio coronary diseases is the same: classic protective diet with many antioxidants and with food having consistency of adapted abilities for consummation.
Keywords:syndrome of adrenal burn out, employees, related illnesses, heart attack, nutrition, antioxidants


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