WOW @A_D_W495 . . . From looking at your camera’s view, the placement of your camera is not helping you at all. Motion detection is also based on heat . . . I see lots of heat-generating appliances (stove, oven, coffee-maker, washing machine, etc.) and potential sun-light entering through the glass door and side window. No wonder why you are getting so many detections! I see that you have changed several of your settings, and that is good (Motion-Verification & Motion-Frequency). But still, there are so many heat sources to contend with.
You need to do some combinations of things, which could include;
Remounting or aiming your camera away from heat-producing sources.
Adjust and severely-limit your motion-zones to avoid these heat sources.
Try coverings/blinds over sink-window and your glass door.
Relocated the camera on a different wall to change it’s field-of-view.
Cameras are more sensitive than you might think. For example, I have an outdoor Stick-Up cam and in its field-on-view is my kitchen window that is 20 feet away. My camera is Not directly pointed at the window (the window is on the far left of the field-of-view) . . . and at night, when I turned on the interior kitchen lights, my outdoor cam saw the light as heat through the window, and was activating the cam! My solution was to put up mini-blinds on that window, and ensured the blinds were closed at night. Also, I have a friend who’s camera was set off by a heating-vent and motion-activated whenever the furnace came on.
So you got a lot of heat-things going on in your kitchen area. Maybe try mounting your cam in the corner over the washing machine? That could remove several heat-generating items from it’s field of view (washer, coffee-machine on counter, the glass-door & sink-window). Or, it is possible you might have to totally relocate the cam out of that room. Maybe there is another location that would still meet your desired monitoring needs? Is there an adjoining room to your kitchen, where you could mount & point the cam so it can still see into the kitchen through the doorway? If you need to monitor inside the kitchen, then you might just need to stop the Notifications (motion-alerts) and Alert/Chirp sounds that are driving you crazy. Without Notifications/Alert-Tones ON, you at least then you can still keep the view.
I wish you luck and hope you find a solution