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vandana rathore

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Transcript of psychosocial

psychosocial factors effecting
psychosomatic disorders history
Ahmed ibn Sahl al-Balkhi pychosocial factor are those factors that affect a person psychologically or socially.
psychosomatic disorder Bodily ailment or symptom, caused by mental or emotional disturbance, in which psychological stresses adversely affect physiological (somatic) functioning to the point of distress Hyperacidity (peptic ulcer)

Increased acid secretion Inhibited dependence; general stress
Essential hypertension Conflict over hostility; general stress Vasoconstriction Bronchial asthma Conflict over wish for protection or separation; anxiety; general stress Bronchospasm Migraine Conflict over control; general stress Vasoconstriction and vasodilatation Diarrhea (IBS/ulcerative colitis) Conflict over an obligation Gastrointestinal cholinergic activation Haly Abbas 'physiological psychology' Avicenna (980-1037) Carl Jung Franz Alexander Sigmund Freud Psychological states influence body organs through a combination of three interrelated mechanisms:

hormonal immunologic
Conversion disorders physical symptoms referrable to the somatosensory nervous system or special sensory organs that cannot be explained on the basis of a medical or neurologic disease. Common symptoms include paralysis, blindness, ataxia, aphonia, and numbness of the feet (stocking anesthesia). The symptoms may represent a psychological conflict or may be a form of body-language communication. mechanism symptom(disease) psychosocial factor presumed psychosomatic
mechanism eg. clenching
of teeth why?

treatment psychotherapy stress management emotions supression delusions mind e.g. abuse,grief,
stress. role of homeopathy
origin/cause of symptoms ailments from questions ? under the guidance of

Dr s Bidwalkar
Dr A Bhinda
Dr A Vangani
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