Burnout - Panic - Depression - Spectrum Of Homoeopathy 02/2012

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Burnout - Panic - Depression - Spectrum Of Homoeopathy 02/2012

The diagnosis “burnout” is assuming ever greater significance. It not only affects people who are physically and emotionally exhausted after many years in the rat race, but increasingly frequently the younger “thirty something” generation. Social isolation and increased stress in working as well as personal life produces a malaise of depression, anxiety, and panic with multiple vegetative symptoms and various pain syndromes.
In contrast to the standard medical therapy with antidepressants and tranquilizers, homeopathy can treat psychosomatic complaints gently, individually, and holistically. Using representative cases from renowned international authors, this issue of Spectrum shows homeopathic approaches to the treatment of the currently widespread illnesses of depression and especially burnout, offering tips for frequently indicated remedies and remedy groups, and describing typical patterns of healing.

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Beat Spring: Illness as chance
The homeopathic route to the core of the life crisis

Christoph Schubert: Burning out
Ferrum phosphoricum gives a shattered hero his ammunition back

Jonathan Hardy: Step into life
Remedies of the Carbon series from Lithium to Neon as helpful remedies for burnout, anxiety, and depression

Ana Lamaro: Fear of destruction
In this case of Lithium bromatum, a severely traumatized patient is helped by a combination of homeopathy and psychoanalysis

Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman: Fear of falling
Borax puts a halt to existential fears and a relentless downward spiral with physical and emotional weakness

Deborah Collins: Golden boy crash
Aurum metallicum helps cure the bottomless depression of a top-class sportsman driven beyond his limits

Peter Tumminello: Normal joy
Rose quartz immersion for depression and loss of contact exemplifies the themes of the precious stones

Jutta Gnaiger-Rathmanner: The psychodynamics of burnout
Lac humanum, Daphne mezereum, and Arsenicum album – three examples of the many unique faces of exhaustion

M. Mangialavori / D. Collins: On the ropes
Rutaceae patients with grandiose ambitions on the brink of burnout and depression

Willi Neuhold: Life's obstacle course
Thlaspi bursa pastoris helps a depressed patient to get going again and to get a grip on his life

William Suerinck: Mr. Nice - the man without roots
Pinus contorta helps a man suffering from despair and angst to become aware of his own identity

M. van Zweeden and A. Leupen: System reboot
Bambusa arundinacea as an example of the typical phases and self-destructive behavior in burnout

Jürgen Hansel: Nothing more doing
Ignatia amara and a typical story of being overtaxed, suffering in silence, and sudden paralysis

Franz Swoboda: Friends going down in flames
Ambra grisea provides salvation from the trauma of extinction

Rosina Sonnenschmidt: At death's door
Oxyuranus microlepidotus – a case study in the holistic treatment of burnout using miasmatic homeopathy

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