Chronic exhaustion – Burnout – Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic exhaustion & burnout
It is very noticeable that in recent years more and more patients in my practice complain of Chronic Stress as well as fatigue, constant tiredness, deep weakness and chronic exhaustion.
These conditions usually do not arise overnight, but develop in a gradual process over a longer period of time.
There are many reasons for this:
Women in particular are very susceptible to overexerting themselves over the years, both professionally and privately, hardly allowing themselves any relaxation phases, and meeting external demands more than listening to their body’s signals.
In addition, a stressful life often leads to an inferior diet and thus to a deficit of vital substances. In addition, there is a lack of exercise, withdrawal from social life (meetings with friends) and neglect of hobbies.
Antibiotics are particularly serious, as they cause lasting damage to the mitochondria (our power plants in the cells that build vital energy).
Before serious physical complaints occur, some harbingers can often be observed:
- Impatience, doing several things at the same time, talking fast, not letting others finish.
- Food is not enjoyed but gobbled down.
- Breaks are shortened and left out.
- Lack of organization, consumerism.
- Increased addictions (stimulants, alcohol, tranquilizers)
- Cynical remarks, aggressive accusations, hostile behavior.
- Dissatisfaction, fear of failure, emptiness in the head.
Chronic fatigue syndrome can also develop on a relatively short term basis under certain circumstances, e.g. after a vaccination, an inflammation or the flu.
Physical signs of chronic stress
Of course, each case is individual, but the following signs could indicate Chronic Fatigue:
- Headache or migraine
- Cravings and weight gain
- Circulatory problems, cardiac arrhythmias
- Lack of strength, deep weakness, lack of motivation, lack of drive.
- Inner restlessness and nervousness
- Libido deficiency
Treatment of chronic fatigue
Treatment must distinguish between chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and burnout. Burnout can be considered an exhaustion of the adrenal cortex, while CFS is a dysfunction of the mitochondria.
The symptoms of both conditions are very similar and CFS, as the more severe condition, may well develop from burnout.
I would like to emphasize that a lasting and successful treatment is only possible if the patient is willing to change something in his private or professional environment in addition to the therapy in the practice.
In addition to a diet rich in vital substances, this also includes daily outdoor exercise and the supply of necessary vitamins and trace elements.
In the therapy with the Trikombin frequency application, I mainly pursue the following goals:
- Reduction of toxic stress (elimination of toxins)
- Reduction of bioenergetic blockades, e.g. disturbing dental foci, vaccination loads or similar.
- Balancing of the meridians (acupuncture pathways) and transformation phases (5 elements of Chinese medicine)
- Balancing of neurotransmitters (e.g. serotonin, dopamine, L-tyrosine, GABA …) or the “building materials” involved in neurotransmitter synthesis (e.g. magnesium, selenium, zinc, vitamins C, B5, B12 …)
Important, legally required notice
Anyone carrying out such treatment does so in the knowledge that the therapies are not "scientifically proven".