When do we talk about chronic exhaustion?
Chronic stress, chronic sleep disorder, permanent pressure to perform, psychic pressure, unhealthy nutrition, consumption of stimulants, toxins, electrosmog or – as has been proved by science – negative emotions like anger, fear or frustration cause chronic exhaustion, supporting the genesis of chronic diseases.
What does the term burn-out-syndrome cover?
A generally accepted definition of this disease does not exist. Nevertheless, we talk about a state of exhaustion of emotional, mental, and physical quality according to a preceded process of extreme pressure due to work and its high extent of stress and/or overstrain. Probably it makes more sense not to primarily define a burn-out-syndrome according to its typical symptoms, but to refer to its necessary condition of a patho-mechanical excessive identification with personal targets by which from the start those conditions are created and – so to say – „burn out“. Therefore, we often notice this phenomenon with humans at the beginning of their career or they being highly engaged to handle a task, some suffering from fits of exhaustion and an increasing unenthusiastic attitude towards coping with their tasks.