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Zimply Natural Burnout Complex Mixture - the natural solution

The Burnout-syndrome is a pervasive problem in today's world. Burnout can occur when people are exposed to overwhelming stress, whether at work or in their personal lives. Burnout is caused by long periods of extreme stress, chronic overwork and lack of control in the workplace. The telltale signs of burnout include physical exhaustion, emotional exhaustion, cynicism or a deep sense of emptiness.

With natural methods such as the individual spagyric sprays from Zimply Natural, complaints can be treated and sustainably alleviated.

What actually is burnout?

Perhaps you have already experienced it or are currently going through a burnout. In this day and age, it is fortunately a recognized problem that is also gaining more and more attention. Burnout is a state of physical, emotional and mental exhaustion that is often the result of prolonged and excessive stress. This condition can significantly affect a person's overall well-being. The signs and symptoms of burnout are varied and can also have a physical impact, such as persistent exhaustion, Sleep problemsheadaches and Gastrointestinal complaints. However, emotional symptoms can also occur, including a feeling of being overwhelmed, irritability and a negative attitude towards work or other commitments. In this blog post, we present natural remedies and tips that can help you deal with burnout.

Did you know ...

That there are post-holiday blues?

These occur when people return to work after a vacation or a longer period of absence and have to contend with a wave of discouragement and lack of energy.

These are the signs and symptoms of burnout

How your body reacts to burnout

When the stress and strain of everyday life become too much, your body reacts as well as your mind. For example, you may sleep a lot but still be chronically tired and exhausted. This can also happen in the other direction, i.e. problems falling asleep or sleeping through the night. Your tension may also cause you to suffer from frequent headaches and muscle tension. As if these weren't enough, you may also experience digestive problems and annoying stomach aches. In addition, your body is so busy trying to keep going and persevere that your Immunesystem is weakened and frequent colds follow.

These emotions can occur during a burnout

It's not just your body that is struggling for balance, your psyche is also on a rollercoaster ride. Even if your life goes on as before and you were actually happy with it in the past, you now have an oppressive feeling of emptiness. You may also feel very depressed and every little mistake frustrates and irritates you. Your self-esteem may also drop and you may slip into a depressive mood. This may well cause you to distance yourself from social contacts and even push your friends away.

The changes in behavior during a burnout

Are you exhausted, depressed and have the feeling it won't get any better? If you feel like this, you may try to compensate. This often happens with alcohol, drugs or other substances. Addictive substances. Even if this seems like the only way for you right now, consumption only brings further negative aspects with it. Even if you feel better for a moment, the longer-term consequences are the neglect of professional and private obligations. This leads to you falling even further into a downward spiral.

Did you know ...

That there is also digital burnout?

This refers to the exhaustion caused by constant connection and information overload on social media and digital apps.

What are the causes of burnout?

Risk factors for burnout at work

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Work is probably the most common cause of burnout and there are several reasons for this. You are probably familiar with overtime and the time pressure it causes. When such a high workload continues over a long period of time, it can be very stressful. You spend so much time at work that you no longer have time for anything at home. This puts you under even more stress. Another cause would be if you put a lot of effort and time into your work, but your boss doesn't recognize this. Because then you get the feeling that your work is for nothing and unimportant, even though you invest so much. In addition, very simple environmental factors can also lead to excessive demands and ultimately to burnout. These can include working conditions such as noise, poor lighting or air quality.

These personal habits promote burnout

People who suffer from burnout are often very ambitious and perfectionist individuals. You may put a lot of effort into details and never be completely satisfied with your work. This can make it very difficult for you to stop working and separate it from your personal life. It can also be very depressing if your personal or professional needs remain unfulfilled or if you lack sufficient appreciation.

At what different stages of life can burnout occur?

Burnout can of course occur at different stages of life, for example in young people or students, professionals, parents or senior citizens. For young people, the stress of school and the transition from school to university can be a major burden. Students often feel enormous stress and pressure due to exams and other achievements as well as the balance between studies and private life. A tendency towards perfectionism can also lead to burnout. For professionals, workload, responsibilities and professional ambitions can also lead to a high level of stress. There is also the problem of work-life balance: the balance between family and career. New parents can also be overwhelmed with all the responsibilities. Combined with the constant stress and lack of sleep, this can quickly lead to burnout. Seniors often face feelings of loneliness, devaluation or a lack of new goals after leaving work. The following feelings of emptiness and meaninglessness can promote burnout.

Did you know ...

That burnouts can also occur in the animal world?

Especially animals that are often used for work, such as donkeys, horses or dogs, can show burnout-like symptoms.

Home remedies that can help with burnout

Fortunately, there are many effective and sustainable home remedies for burnout syndrome. A balanced, nutrient-rich diet can provide your body with the energy it needs, while regular exercise can promote mental health. Other mental health strategies such as limiting alcohol consumption, regular meditation and adequate sleep routines also help to overcome burnout syndrome from home. Grandma's home remedies for burnout also include lavender oil therapy, which is considered calming. Other herbs such as chamomile and basil can be used to make teas that help to reduce stress hormones in the body.

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Easy application by spraying into the mouth

The application of your Burnout sprays is, by the way, very simple: The spray is simply sprayed into the mouth according to the dosage instructions given on the vial. In order to achieve the best possible effect and to be able to optimally counteract the causes, we recommend use over a longer period of six to eight weeks. As a kind of cure, you spray 3×3 sprays daily.

Treat burnout herbal

Interest in holistic and natural health solutions has grown steadily in recent years. Many people are increasingly turning to herbal remedies to prevent burnout or even treat it. Herbal remedies for burnout include stress-reducing herbs such as chamomile, lavender, ashwagandha, passionflower and lemon balm. You can use these herbs to make calming teas or relaxing baths. In addition, some herbs such as brahmi, ginseng, and schisandra offer more active help in combating the physical and mental exhaustion associated with burnout.

Zimply Natural offers you a blend of medicinal plants to alleviate your symptoms and prevent burnout. We at Zimply Natural support you in not only suppressing your symptoms in the short term, but also in benefiting from a symptom-free and healthy normality in the long term.

Our Burnout Blend contains:

The Coffee Bush is up to 3-5 meters high and has a central main shoot from which the branches descend horizontally over several levels.
Coffee has a stimulating effect on the entire body and also on the mind. Since the contained caffeine is an alkaloid and acts directly in the central nervous system, the effects also affect all body structures. Basically, the nerve cells exchange messenger substances and consume energy in the process. The more work that is done here, the more a substance called adenosine is produced. Adenosine's job is to block receptors so that the central nervous system can no longer use that receptor. This is to protect the central nervous system from overexertion. Caffeine now behaves competitively to this adenosine, which means it strives towards the same receptor as adenosine, only stronger.

The St. John's wort is widely distributed along roadsides. It is immediately recognizable because its bright yellow flowers shine directly at you. Much like the sun, the flower glows bright and warm, signaling what the plant is all about! With St. John's wort you bring back the light and drive away the darkness.
In medicine, St. John's wort is one of the great nerve healing plants. Originally it comes from Europe, North Africa and Central Asia, but now it can be found all over the world. Its peculiarity is the black dots in the petals. They give the impression of a perforated leaf, which gave St. John's wort the nickname "perforatum". The black dots contain the active ingredient Hypericum, which is the key to its effectiveness as a medicinal plant. Since ancient times, it has been used and highly appreciated as a medicinal plant for mood disorders. The effect of St. John's wort on brain metabolism elevates mood and thus reduces depressive mood. Because St. John's wort makes you sensitive to light, your skin absorbs more UV light and produces more vitamin D. This vitamin, in turn, has an additional positive effect. This vitamin in turn has an additional positive influence on your stress hormone system.

The effect of Kava-Kava is described as being similar to benzodiazipines. Its relaxing and anxiolytic effects on both a physical and psychological level reduce anxiety and restlessness. There are also several clinical studies that clearly demonstrate the effect. However, no short-term results are to be expected. In the studies, kava kava had to be taken for about a week before the first effects could be felt. The maximum effect was reached after approx. 4 weeks. The great advantage of Kava-Kava is that it works well but does not cause any dependency.

Among the most important medicinal plants we have the Lemon balm! Its balancing and calming effect makes it an excellent medicinal plant for problems with the nervous system. Its relaxing effect combined with its antiviral properties make it indispensable in modern naturopathy. Lemon balm is a perennial plant that grows up to 90 cm high and belongs to the labiate family. It has been used as a medicinal plant for over 2000 years and originally comes from the eastern Mediterranean. Its unmistakable, fresh fragrance is remarkable. Freshly harvested, it can be infused as a tea, used as a room fragrance or chewed for digestion. Lemon balm primarily stands for relaxation. In this context, the plant is used in naturopathy on both a mental and physical level.

The Taiga root is a shrub up to 7 meters high with black berries and originates from Russia, Japan, China and North Korea. It is also known as Siberian ginseng. In medicine, only the roots of Eleutherococcus are used, dried and prepared as tea or used therapeutically in the form of extracts and tinctures. The root increases the resilience of body and mind and reduces the perception of external influences. Studies have confirmed its performance-enhancing and fatigue-reducing effects. It reduces the effects of stress in the body, lowers stress hormone levels and supports regeneration. It increases stress resistance and creates physical and mental reserves. In cases of exhaustion, it promotes regeneration and restores the ability to concentrate. However, it also increases sensitivity to stress.

The Potassium phosphoricum stabilizes the nerves. At cellular level, it restores the body's strength and helps it to regenerate. This allows the nervous system to switch off and recover. Potassium phosphoricum is also energizing. Thanks to its phosphorus content, it provides the resource that the cell needs to regenerate ATP. ATP serves as the body's battery. This battery is recharged with the help of phosphorus. Potassium phosphoricum also has a stress-reducing effect. As soon as the body lacks real energy, it goes into stress mode. Stress causes the body to become overstimulated and exhausted. By restoring real energy to the body, potassium phosphoricum can switch off the stress mode and the body can recover.

Silicic acid: The salt for skin, hair, nails & connective tissue

Silica or Silicea is Schuessler salt No. 11, one of the most important compounds for the human body and is found in almost all tissues. It is primarily responsible for the structure of skin, nails, hair and connective tissue and is involved in the formation of the protein collagen. Silicic acid is a very slow-release agent, which means that it must be taken over a longer period of time. However, it then also brings about significant changes. The problems for which Silicea is used are therefore usually preceded by long processes. Silicea also has a supportive effect on a mental level. It makes us resistant to stress and gives us clarity in recognizing our intentions. Silicea straightens us up, provides support and structure and allows us to see clearly what is at stake. From this clarity, we can make targeted decisions and take a structured path that leads us to our goal.

Pure herbal medicine against burnout - Zimply Natural

With Zimply Natural, we are the antidote to painkillers, sleeping pills, and standard medications. We are your medicine! For our blends we use the centuries-old natural healing method of the Spaygrik back. Spagyric medicine combines the herbal active ingredients and phytotherapeutic elements of HealingplantsThe mineral salt qualities, as well as the subtle information of the medicinal plants and the energetic potential of the Bach flowers.

With natural methods such as the individual spagyric sprays from Zimply Natural, complaints can be treated and sustainably alleviated.

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