Although there is no standard definition, burnout or chronic fatigue syndrome is real and affects the regulatory ability. Using psychological counseling, therapies, and treatments, we help burnout patients discover behaviors and find a way out of the cycle.
You will not usually find the term “burnout” (or chronic fatigue syndrome) in medical textbooks. There is still no standard definition. Daily stress, high demands placed on us, little recognition from those around us can all discourage us and rob us of our energy. Since imaging technology or laboratory diagnostics cannot detect it, it has always been assumed that such a disease does not even exist. However, those affected, suffer greatly. Feelings of being burned out are characteristic. Additional physical and psychological symptoms and signs of burnout are fatigue, physical weakness, lack of concentration and sleep disorders as well as listlessness.
Burnout syndrome should be understood as a physical and psychological response to often prolonged and also severe stress, which has exhausted an individual’s regulatory ability. Complaints usually develop gradually and over long periods of time. That is why they often go unnoticed for quite some time.
Swiss Mountain Clinic’s treatment for burnout considers the person as a whole and therefore takes place on different levels. These levels also integrate modern knowledge of physiology, biochemistry, and physics, all of which are coupled with holistic psychotherapy. Individual psychological counseling helps burnout patients to discover subconscious behaviors they are not even aware of and to find a way out from the cycle.
Burnout Week – inclusions:
- One initial Conversation with Dark Field Diagnostic (live blood analysis)
- One conversation with our Psychological Consultant
- One Autonomic Nervous System Analysis
- Two ear acupuncture sessions
- Two Oxyven-energy infusions according to Dr. Wiechel
- Five BioPhoton therapies
- One colon hydrotherapy
- One coffee enema
- Two 30-minute body massages
- One final Conversation