Psychosomatic diseases

Are your nerves on edge and are you struggling to cope with everyday life? The preventive care and rehabilitation clinics in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are located in an idyllic landscape and experts in the fields of psychology and psychiatry will make sure that you get back on your feet.

The term psychosomatics is derived from the two Greek words «psyche» and «soma», meaning «soul» and «body». For several years now, psychosomatic illnesses have become the second most common group of illnesses after cardiovascular diseases. They are often combined with other illnesses and make their treatment more difficult. Numerous preventive and rehabilitation clinics therefore offer psychological support.

Highly trained experts from the fields of psychology and psychiatry look after your well-being in the preventive care and rehabilitation clinics in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Disease patterns treated at the prevention and rehabilitation centres include:
  • Addiction disorders
  • AD(H)S
  • Acute stress reactions
  • Activity and attention disorders
  • Anxiety disorders or phobias
  • adjustment disorders
  • Stress and disruption (of the parent-child relationship)
  • burn-out
  • Chronic pain such as migraines, tension headaches, fibromyalgia
  • Depression, depressive disorders
  • Developmental disorders in children
  • fatigue/exhaustion syndrome
  • Eating disorders
  • Functional disorders
  • Neurotic disorders, panic disorders
  • Personality disorders, psychoses outside of productive phases
  • Psychosomatic post-Covid follow-up symptoms
  • Psycho-vegetative states of exhaustion
  • sleep disorders
  • pain syndromes
  • Sexual dysfunctions
  • Somatisation disorders
  • Somatoform pain disorders (tinnitus, irritable bowel syndrome, dizziness)
  • Speech development disorders: specific speech development disorders and delays, auditory perception and processing disorders, stuttering
  • Disorders of social behaviour
  • Stress reactions
  • Impulse control disorders
  • Tic disorders
  • traumas
  • Coping with grief
  • Separation and divorce situations
  • States of excessive demands
  • Behavioural and emotional disorders with onset in childhood and adolescence
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorders