Officially recovered but not well
Many COVID patients are not fully recovered even months after their infection. Although they are officially considered recovered, approximately 10 to 20 percent of COVID sufferers struggle with long-term consequences. This includes many younger sufferers.
The long-term consequences following a corona infection are varied. The most common symptoms include organic and physical complaints, reduced performance, and the feeling of permanent exhaustion, fatigue, and listlessness (fatigue), which cannot be improved by sufficient sleep and rest.
But mental health conditions such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep disorders, and anxiety– and compulsions can occur after a COVID infection. This is then referred to as post- or long-term COVID. As a clinic for psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychosomatics, we help you to deal with the psychological consequences of a COVID infection. To create the best conditions for a fast recovery, our interdisciplinary team of specialists and psychologists will develop a treatment concept tailored to your individual needs. We would like to help you find your way back into life with renewed strength.
Contact us now regarding our treatment concept for corona’s long-term effects at +49 3996 140490.
The causes are various and depend on the individual. Common causes include:
For the successful treatment of Long-COVID symptoms, we follow the LIMES 360° formula. In addition to high-frequency psychotherapy in individual and group settings, we also offer a variety of special therapies, including mindfulness training, breath training, and yoga. A particular focus in the treatment of post-COVID patients is physical empowerment. With the help of our LIMES Sports.Care concept, we develop an individually tailored training concept for you after a thorough performance diagnosis that helps you slowly regain your old strength. The healing environment with the Baltic Sea climate also has a positive effect on your recovery and allows you to draw new power.