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Burn-out and lack of concentration

A burn-out-syndrome is a general term for exhaustion syndromes in different nuances.

A burn-out syndrome and lack of concentration - both diseases are closely related - are caused by a vegetative disregulation.

Responsible for that are first of all damages at vertebrae, organs, segments and meridians of the functional circuit heart (Th2 SMT®)/ small intestine (Th12 SMT®)/ tongue and eyes (C2). In the scope of these damages restlessness, disturbances in falling asleep and sleeping through arise, because, as soon as you lie in bed and try to sleep or awake during the night, the thoughts begin to bother, so that a further sleeping is not possible any more. A lack of joy and interest are further typical appearances. Via the 2nd cervical vertebra the functional circuit heart/small intestine/tongue and eyes is connected to the functional circuit gallbladder (Th4 SMT®)/ liver (Th5 SMT®)/ eyes and tongue (C2).

All burn-out-syndromes have a typical common symptom, i.e. a lack of energy and power, because one cannot concentrate any more on family and work.

After the Chinese science the kidneys distribute the vital energy. The kidneys are part of the functional circuit bladder (L3 SMT®)/ kidneys (Th10 SMT® and Th11 SMT®)/ mouth and nose (C4), which might add a fear factor, up to panic attacks, because it is known by the Chinese medicine that the kidneys are the organs of fear.

If the damages at the circulation vertebra (TH 12) are very serious, the feeling might arise that "all the breath is gone" and one could break down every moment or collapse.

When the damage at the gallbladder vertebra is enormous, an aggressive or autoaggressive factor additionally might arise.