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Leisure sickness

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Leisure Sickness, similar to Paradise Syndrome, is the name given to a purported psychological condition, not universally recognized by psychologists, by which some people (typically characterized as workaholics) develop symptoms of sickness during the weekends and/or during vacations. The syndrome is similar to Paradise Syndrome, in which the patient suffers a feeling of dissatisfaction despite having achieved all their dreams. Study This phrase was coined by Dutch psychologists Ad Vingerhoets and Maaike van Huijgevoort, who presented a paper titled "Leisure sickness: An explorative study" at a meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society on March 7, 2001. In 2002, Vingerhoets, van Huijgevoort and Van Heck published an article in "Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics" which present the pilot study on leisure sickness and its prevalence, phenomenology, and background. Symptoms include headaches (even migraines), fatigue, muscular aches and pains and nausea. In relation to vaca
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