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View our video on burnout and our treatment at The Kusnacht Practice

Symptoms and effects of burnout

Most of us have days when we temporarily feel overloaded, but when the pressure of constant stress becomes intolerable it can take a massive toll on our wellbeing. Burnout reduces a person’s productivity and saps their energy, and can leave them feeling hopeless, angry and resentful. It can also lead to physical problems such as heart palpitations, chest pains, and recurrent sickness. It can also be associated with increased use of alcohol or other substances.

The most common symptoms of burnout

  1. severe exhaustion and excessive workload
  2. cynical attitude and behavior
  3. mood swings and absence of positive emotions
  4. catastrophic thoughts
  5. lack of support or rewards
  6. lack of motivation



We provide the very best care and comfort. Our fees are typically between CHF 80,000 – CHF 120,000 per week, depending on the requirements of the individual client. Fees are settled directly by the client (we do not work with insurance companies) and we can supply written quotations upon request.

The Kusnacht Practice services are not covered by Swiss health insurances. All costs are to be covered directly by the clients. Patients who are domiciled in Switzerland and are therefore mandatorily health insured may be reimbursed by their health insurance for medical services in accordance with the Federal Law on Health Insurance (KVG) and its implementing provisions.

after burnout treatment

Michael, aged 49

“I was an extremely successful businessman and dedicated my life to my career. I was so mentally and physically exhausted when I came to The Kusnacht Practice, I was a shell of my former self. I now know how to closely monitor how I’m feeling and react positively to stress.”

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Eduardo Greghi
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