Психосоматические заболевания: как мышление влияет на организм

Often we hear the phrase: "All diseases are from the nerves" - there is some common sense in this. Many themselves provoke the occurrence of diseases in themselves or like to get sick. There is always a psychological reason for this behaviour.

Psychosomatics – a science that studies the influence of psychological factors on the appearance and course of bodily diseases.

True, in some cases, in order to recover, you really need to stop "winding yourself up", while in others it is worth sounding the alarm and not delaying treatment.

On estet-portal.com read about the symptoms of psychosomatic diseases, their interpretation, as well as methods of treating the pathology.

Interpretation of common psychosomatic diseases: where the legs grow from

Psychosomatic illnesses can develop in almost everyone, but they are often found in hypersensitive people.

The most common diseases are explained as follows:

•    diabetes mellitus: intense grief, need for control, lack of joy in life;

•    psoriasis: loss of self-awareness, feelings of anxiety and hopelessness;

•    bronchial asthma: feeling of depression, strong fear, tightness, increased anxiety;

•    allergy: rejection of a person, situation or denial of one's own strength, conflict;

•    venereal diseases: guilt, need for punishment, waste of power;

•    stomach and duodenal ulcer: increased anxiety and self-demanding, resentment;

•    thyroid disease: fear of a full life; mental trauma, emotional conflict;

•    acne disease: disagreement with oneself, lack of self-love;

•    angina: unspoken opinions, fear of not being heard;

•    kidney disease: huge workload, stress, criticism, disappointment, failure, impotence;

•    oncological diseases: old grievances, remorse, feelings of loneliness and grief.

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Infertility and insomnia mean fear and resistance to the life process, and any pain can indicate guilt and a desire for love and support.

The causes of psychosomatic diseases: what the body signals

The causes of bodily illnesses can be a wide range of psychological traumas, attitudes, self-perceptions. Often conflict between different parts of the personality leads to psychosomatic illness: the struggle between the conscious and the unconscious.

Our body begins to react sharply to traumatic situations: experienced grief, severe mental pain, negative past experiences, an unpleasant situation or people, lack of love and understanding.

Also, psychosomatic illnesses can be a kind of self-punishment – it can be a fictitious or real feeling of guilt that haunts a person.

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Daily stress and constant emotional stress deplete our physical and mental strength, which is also manifested by various diseases. The body gives a signal: "stop, I need to restore the resource." Unfortunately, most of us ignore our body signals and end up with chronic diseases.

Psychosomatic disorders: how to treat "diseases from the nerves"

What to treat first: a sick soul or a body? Experts are sure – you need to work with the personality and its attitudes.

Psychosomatics creates a vicious circle: the disease increases the feeling of helplessness, and helplessness provokes the development or exacerbation of the disease.

Therefore, it is very important to learn how to apply an active strategy to overcome life's difficulties. In the case of a psychosomatic illness, it is usually impossible to do without medical treatment of a somatic illness. If the profile doctor confirms the influence of psychosomatics in the development of the disease, he will recommend that you undergo an additional examination by a psychotherapist or consult a psychologist.

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To speed up recovery, psychologists advise combining psychoanalysis with elements of massage and exercise. Body-oriented psychotherapy can also give a good effect.

And don't forget about the main – always listen to your body and soul.

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