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psychosomatic in Medicine topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpsychosomaticpsy‧cho‧so‧mat‧ic /ˌsaɪkəʊsəˈmætɪk◂ $ -kəsə-/ adjective medical 🔊 🔊 1 MPa psychosomatic illness is caused by fear or anxiety rather than by a physical problempsychosomatic illness/symptoms/disorder etc 🔊 Children are just as susceptible to psychosomatic conditions as adults.2 Mrelating to the relationship between the mind and physical illnesspsychosomatically /-kli/ adverb
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psychosomaticWas it purely physical or did it have a psychosomatic dimension, as her sudden and dramatic recovery could indicate?Predominantly a disorder of young people, and especially of women, a psychosomatic element seems involved.One fascinating interaction between mind and body is seen in an illness known as psychosomatic glycaemia fatigue.The full range of symptoms attributed to psychosomatic illness are shown in Table 1.Here is the basic pattern Of the engram which will contain the chronic psychosomatic illness in any patient.On the other hand, if we are under-stressed we will become lethargic and tired and psychosomatic illnesses could occur.In the psychosomatic sphere it might cause headaches during or because of coitus or a tendency to nausea whenever coitus was performed.The psychosomatic viewpoint had been going more and more out of fashion for fifty years.psychosomatic illness/symptoms/disorder etcMany of the aspects of stress, especially the physical ones, are examples of psychosomatic disorders.The full range of symptoms attributed to psychosomatic illness are shown in Table 1.There are several ways in which psychosomatic symptoms can be generated.On the other hand, if we are under-stressed we will become lethargic and tired and psychosomatic illnesses could occur.Here is the basic pattern Of the engram which will contain the chronic psychosomatic illness in any patient.Anyone who has a chronic psychosomatic illness is definitely stuck somewhere on the time track.