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 stress disorder 

How to treat stress disorder ? 

First of all, the vegetative nervous system is calmed down, i.e. nerve and muscular tension is relieved, the blood circulation in the organs is promoted, and the pathways are guaranteed to flow freely. Then we explore the causes and links of stress together and gradually learn about early detection, new beliefs and helpful strategies. 

In parallel with the therapy process, it is advisable to replenish the reserves of vitamins and minerals. Missing vital substances can be determined using a laboratory test at the family doctor or using bioresonance or dark field microscopy in a naturopathic practice. 


Media & Links on Stress Disorder

  • The Nutrition Compass. The conclusion of all scientific studies on nutrition.  Bas Kast. Bertelsmann Verlag, 2018 
  • Intestines with charm- All about an underrated organ. Julia Enders. Ullstein Verlag, 2019
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What is a stress disorder ? 

The stress disorder occurs with chronic stress, ie stress that lasts for more than a month and recurs regularly. The autonomic nervous system remains in a state of increased excitement and alertness and no longer calms down. Digestion, metabolism and organs therefore function insufficiently and trigger a state of deficiency in the body.
As a result, one feels permanently irritated, intolerant and reacts disproportionately to the smallest of triggers. 

Complaints about stress disorders?

  • Persistently irritable, nervous, restless, insecure, impatient
  • Insomnia, carousel of thoughts, worrying, tired, tearful
  • Indigestion, heartburn (reflux, barret), abdominal cramps, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel 
  • Tension, headache, migraine, dizziness, tinnitus, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain (sciatica, disc herniation), grinding teeth (bruxism)
  • Difficulty breathing (asthma, apnea), anxiety, cramps and pressure in the chest and abdomen
  • Rashes, eczema, hot flashes, excessive sweating, allergies, auto-aggression
  • High blood pressure, increased pulse, tachycardia, cardiac arrhythmia 
  • Frustration intolerance, imbalanced in emotional and social behavior
  • Compulsion, compulsion to consume, compulsion to perform, high expectations
  • Libido disturbance, lack of zest for life, depression
  • Eating disorder, loss of appetite, food cravings (binge eating disorder BES)
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