Redirect Page | The Filipino Doctor
x
x
x
TheFilipinoDoctor.com says :

To help us assist you in your search, please provide us the following information about the PATIENT:

Gender:
Age:
City/Province:

What health condition of the PATIENT prompted you to search for this ?


To maximize your experience with TheFilipinoDoctor.com, you may REGISTER or LOG IN your account now.

or
x
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com    You have to Log In or Register first.  

Dear User, you have already reached the number of pages allowed per guest session. To continue, please Log In or Sign Up first. Thank you!
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
  SIGN UP
  I am a:
Doctor
Dentist
Patient
Nurse
Pharmacist
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.
x
x
TheFilipinoDoctor.com
 

How to use the Doctor is IN

This new feature of TheFilipinoDoctor.com displays a switch panel on your log in page.
On the center of the switch panel, you will find the switches for IN and OUT.

To set your availability for the day, click or tap on either the IN or OUT panel on the switch that you find on your log in page.  This will automatically set all the switches corresponding to every schedule you have for the day.  To avoid misinformation, these settings are good only for the day. 

To set your availability for the week, click or tap on the link under the panel that reads Set your availability for the week.  This will open your clinics and schedules on the lower part of the current page.  You can now individually set to IN or OUT each of your schedules for the entire week.  To avoid misinformation, these settings are good only for the current week. 

All settings for both day and week will reset to “blank” after the day or week is over.

Thank you!

x
Based on the information you provided, we have generated a new search results page that will provide you with other options you can consider.
Click here to see the page.
x
Succesfully added to your Personal Health Records.

View weight chart
Stay in BMI page
×
x
Email To Patient
Patient Name:
Patient Email:
Patient Age:
Patient Gender:
Instructions:
 
x
We can help you improve your search by providing us the following information about the PATIENT: Gender, Age, City/Province and Health Condition. Click here.
x
x
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com    You have to Log In or Sign Up first.  

Dear User, you have Log In or Sign Up first before you could recommend the doctor or dentist. Thank you!
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
  SIGN UP
  I am a:
Doctor
Dentist
Patient
Nurse
Pharmacist
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.
x




Taculing, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Tel. no.:
PRC No.:
PTR No.:

June 04, 2020

Patient:
Age: 21 years old

Rx:

Generic: Brand Name: Dosage Form: Frequency:

 

Prescription ID: XXXX-

Powered by TheFilipinoDoctor.com

By sending this information you agree to the
Term and Condition  OK

Your Patient will recieve this prescription via email. Sometimes, this might show up in their Spam mailbox. Thank you

 

x




Taculing, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Tel. no.:
PRC No.:
PTR No.:

Patient:
Age: years old

Rx:

Generic:
Brand Name:
Dosage Form:

 

Prescription ID: XXXX-

Powered by TheFilipinoDoctor.com

x
X
TheFilipinoDoctor.com

The GSKpro website is strictly for healthcare professionals only. If you are a doctor, pharmacist or nurse, please continue to log-in.

Hi there! Just a quick question...
Hi there! Just a quick question...
x
Thank you for your response
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  You have to Log In or Register first.    
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Beyond Body

Dilly-Dallying

Why People Procrastinate
By: Jose Maria M. Villarama II article_2

Why do people continue to procrastinate even when the reasons behind them are premised on tall tales and can lead to disaster?  While some believe that procrastination can be resolved by simply getting an electronic organizer or journal-type weekly planner, the motives behind procrastination may be more deep-seated than some may actually realize.   Psychologists have identified the following characteristics or tendencies of procrastinators:

They tend to rebel. Experts say procrastination may be a response to a parent who is harsh and controlling and who would not allow his or her child to process their intentions and act on them. While it is understandable for parents to make choices for children who are perceived to be immature and, therefore, incapable of deciding, children should be allowed to make their own judgments.

They tell themselves lies. Procrastinators make excuses like, “I will be more motivated tomorrow” or “The closer I am to the deadline, the more I will get an adrenaline rush and get the job done faster” to justify putting work on hold.  They also validate their decisions by saying that what is being put off is not as urgent or important as some other thing.  

They have difficulty regulating themselves in other aspects of their life. Procrastinators tend to indulge in things more than what is normal.  Case in point is alcohol consumption. Procrastinators will likely drink more alcohol than average Joes. Aside from being a manifestation of poor self-control, overindulgence is also an escape from the reasons behind procrastination (i.e., parental issues, etc.).

They are easily distracted or look for diversions on purpose. While these distractions may be part of office or school work, such as checking out the latest features of an upgraded version of a word processing software, procrastinators use the diversions to avoid finishing the main task at hand.   

Three Types

Given these different reasons for procrastinating, Dr. Joseph Ferrari, Ph.D, associate professor of psychology at De Paul University in Chicago, classified procrastinators as follows:       

  • Thrill-Seekers. Like Charisma, they are the ones who wait to do things at the last minute, claiming they get a natural high or euphoric rush by doing so.
  • Avoiders. They detest fear of failure or even the fear of success. As such, they avoid a task.  Although they are not concerned that others will think that they lack effort or are lazy, they will object if people say they lack the necessary skill or ability to accomplish the task.
  • Decisional Procrastinators. They delay doing tasks because they cannot make decisions on their own. Since they divest themselves of any responsibility, they think they can never be blamed when something goes awry.

The Cost

Because of the stress it renders, procrastination can take its toll on one’s health.  Evidence has shown that students who procrastinate catch more colds and flu, have more gastrointestinal problems, and experience insomnia. Procrastination can obviously tarnish reputations and strain teamwork and relationships, especially if the blame is regularly passed on by a decisional procrastinator to others. Of course, it can jeopardize or cost one’s job.

Getting Back on Track

The good news, however, is that the behavior can be changed.  Psychologists and life coaches propose several ways to redirect one’s motivation, mood and enthusiasm to stay on course:

  • Identifying the cause. Whether the causes of procrastination are deeply-rooted in family history or are just circumstantial, identifying them and nipping them in the bud are important.  If this means undergoing therapy or consulting a work counselor, then one should actively seek out this solution.
  • Rewarding instead of avoiding. Motivation is one thing that is lacking in most procrastinators.  Therefore, if one always sees a reward or prize at the end of the task, even one as petty as getting a massage or watching a movie, for example, it can give one the necessary push to get the job done.
  • Avoiding thinking traps. Thinking that a task or project is difficult or will be a challenge to complete already sets the tone for dilly-dallying. Even when the solution to the challenge is simple, conditioning one’s mind that the task-at-hand is booby-trapped will cause one delay after another.
  • Thinking about the ‘what ifs’. While regretting things after the fact are never good, thinking of the “what ifs” before they even happen may be a good motivator.  “What will happen to me if I don’t do this?” or “What will I stand to lose (or gain) if I don’t complete this?” are some good questions to ask when not feeling motivated.    

The key word, therefore, is “motivation.” In the end, fighting one’s inner demons is the only way to drive oneself to get the job done and get it done right. 


Comment(0)  
Keywords: health and wellness, career, work life balance, sleep, procrastination   
  
Suggested Health Articles
Related Health Conditions
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.   
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.   
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.   
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.   
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.    
  If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.   
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.  
Close
         
  Doctors and Dentists login only.    
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
     
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.
 
Close
Report Incorrect Information

Please fill out this form to let us know what is wrong and we will fix it within two business days.





Name:
Email:
Contact No:
Relationship to Dr. :
 
Message:
 
Close
         
  Doctor Resources are for Doctors and Dentists only.
If you are either of these, please Log In or Register first. Thank you.
 
 

 
LOG IN
 
 
 
Forgot your password?
REGISTER
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
 
TheFilipino Doctor.com gives you access to more information about doctors, dentists, hospitals and clinics. You can also access information about medicines and other healthcare products. With these, you will be able to better manage yours and your family's health.