One refers to Burnout among other things, as work-related, chronic exhaustion. The most common causes are excessively high personal expectations and frustration due to not achieving overly ambitious goals.According to recent findings, the condition of the immune system due to various external stresses also plays a significant role in this condition. 

Usually, vegetative symptoms appear first such as...

  • Insomnia
  • Digestive problems
  • Headaches
  • Diffuse psychosomatic complaints

 Burnout can also manifest through the immune system, such as

  • Weak physical sensation
  • Increased susceptibility to infections

Psychological symptoms are expressed in

  • Lack of interest
  • Depression

Also related to activities that were previously performed with interest and joy. The complaints range from loss of libido. to diffuse anxieties, the collapse of self-esteem, and even manifest depression. The burnt-out individual perceives their environment as uncontrollable and withdraws. Help from outside is rarely or not accepted at all. 


Therapy and Offer

The condition of burnout is complex and must be treated on different levels, which is why a comprehensive physical assessment and analysis through an initial consultation are absolutely necessary. My therapy for burnout is based on a combination of conventional medicine, naturopathy, psychology, and 30 years of professional experience as a physician.