Claudio Borgi opens and reveals that he was also part of a large part of the population suffering from stress. According to a study by Adimark and Revista Chile in 2016, 42% of people reported high stress in Chile.
Dogs began to suffer when he was in Kacic between 2006 and 2008. He lost his hair, changed his eating routine and slept for only three hours between 02:00 and 05:00. The last situation was tried by a doctor, but he did not want to resort to medication.
"When you're young, it seems like everything is going to fall apart anytime, for anything. I wasn't a 20-year-old boy, but that was my first experience: then being in the eye of the hurricane as a Colo Colo coach usually is, being good and bad news every day makes you stress, "he admits in a dialogue with the magazine Saturday.
"I have the reputation of being a light-hearted man, as things don't interest me, but that's not the case. I just feel them differently," he adds.
Borgi explores the wicked ones she had to live with: “I suffered from alopecia, my wife told me I had found the hairs in bed; I fell slowly and didn't understand. You get into a dynamic where you want to do everything quickly, solve problems and it makes you be automatic. I think at the moment, you never know if you have stress or not. The ones who suffer are the people around you. They see that you have bad weather, irritated, a little sleepy, eating a lot Now, when I am not a director, my family feels much more comfortable. "
"In that job what is well done depends not so much on one, but on what is done wrong. They always give their opinion and not everyone knows what they are talking about. When I was in the mood I changed the day "I felt more comfortable on the pitch, but I came home and wanted to work immediately on the problems I thought the team was having, watching videos, writing, never stopping," he concludes.
All of the above to an equal extent
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