BURN-OUT & SYMPTOMS OF EXHAUSTIONTREATMENT AT THE VERUS BONIFATIUS CLINIC
In modern society, people often not only have to try to coordinate career and family well, but also have to be flexible, efficient and spontaneously available. These great challenges lead to excessive demands and serious stress for some people. The state of complete physical and mental exhaustion is also called burnout syndrome.
TREATMENTS FOR BURN-OUT OR EXHAUSTION SYNDROME
We help our patients with burn-out or exhaustion syndrome to offer them a path to healing in an efficient and effective way at the highest quality level. We remain aware of the whole body and soul of our patients. We strive to offer our patients a unique healing experience in a mindful environment with respect and care. Trust, honesty, respect, integrity and dedication are the pillars of our care for you.
Our clinic’s therapy offers patients with burn-out or exhaustion syndrome the possibility of a qualitative and sustainable treatment and healing. For example, the behavioural and depth psychological therapies we offer have proven to be extremely successful in treating burnout syndrome. The comprehensive, holistic therapy of our clinic also offers those affected the opportunity to address problems of varying severity and intensity – this type of therapy is offered in our clinic as individual or group sessions in order to be able to respond to the needs of all patients.
Therapy approaches for burn-out & exhaustion syndrome
In addition to individually adapted medication, psychotherapeutic treatment is an ideal form of therapy for burnout syndrome. It can help those affected to be prepared for setbacks and to cope with them better. In addition, communication with a knowledgeable staff member can help address concerns. Therapeutic care can also be a kind of emotional support for those affected.
Symptoms of Burn-Out & Fatigue Syndrome
To date, more than 100 signs of burnout are already known, many of which also occur in other psychosomatic disorders. The best-known feeling for those affected is “being burnt out”, which many patients describe as a permanent state of low or no energy, which they cannot seem to get rid of even after long and repeated breaks.
The most common symptoms are:
- Lack of energy
- constant fatigue
- Sleep disorders
- reduced performance
- Concentration and memory problems
- Decision-making incapacity
- Reduced initiative and imagination
- more frequent colds
- Muscle tension
- Sleep disorders
- Breathing difficulties
- Tightness in the chest
- Stomach and intestinal complaints
HOW IS A BURNOUT EXHAUSTION SYMPTOM DIAGNOSED?
As the multitude of non-specific symptoms already shows, the diagnosis of a burnout syndrome is extremely complex for the patient and the treating doctor. Here, too – similar to other psychosomatic disorders – a comprehensive counselling and anamnesis interview with psychotherapists takes place. The focus here is primarily on the explanation and description by the patient, because only in this way can a meaningful diagnosis be made. This is also followed by some research to support their explanations.