Clinical and Experimental Psychology

Shradha Kumari

Department of Human Psychology, Andhra University, India


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    Why one in three depression patients don't respond to psychosomatic medicine?
    Author(s): Shradha Kumari*

    The term “psychosomatic disorder” is especially wont to mean “a physical wellness that's thought to be caused, or created worse, by mental factors.” The term is additionally used once mental factors cause physical symptoms however wherever there's no physical wellness. As an example, pain could also be caused by stress and no physical wellness may be found. Some physical diseases square measure thought to be at risk of is created worse by mental factors like stress and anxiety. At any given time, a person’s status will have an effect on the degree of severity of a physical wellness. Physical symptoms that square measure caused by mental factors also are referred to as somatization or somatoform disorders. These symptoms square measure thanks to inflated activity of nervous impulses sent from the brain to varied elements of the body... View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2471-2701.21.7.243

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