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Is Psychosomatics even real?

Yes It Is!

“Psyche” means “Mind”, “Soma” means “Body”, and Yes Psychosomatic is something related with one’s mind and body. More problems in your mind will cause a pain in your body. With more depression and stress deep inside your mind generates a pain in the weakest spot of your body.

Even after various consultations and numerous tests there will not be any reason or medical cause for that pain. This will be a sharp lasting pain, but we cannot understand the root cause. Many should have experienced this in their life.

Psychosomatic Disorders – All You Need to Know

I have also experienced it. I had a sharp pain in the back of my shoulder for the past 6 years. Furthermore, I did many tests and consulted even with specialized doctors, all their answers were the same “You are completely normal”. This pain started protruding more after my father’s death. As you all know that losing your loved one will make you go insane and that’s the time when you need to fight with the highest amount of stress and depression.

Other symptoms of psychosomatic illness – Weakness, shortness of breath, pain, sleeping difficulties, tense muscles, High blood pressure, ulcers, acidity, skin problems and even heart disease in serious cases.

Basic reasons for becoming psychosomatic

  1. Person with excessive thoughts and anxiety about their problems.
  2. Excessive time and energy spent on concerns and worrying too much.
  3. Being fearful and sick even if they are given evidence that there is nothing to worry.
  4. Feelings and behaviors will be out of proportion.
  5. Stress and depression.

You can collate your body to pressure cooker. Just like the pressure inside the cooker rises and vents out steam in the weakest spot, the excessive thinking in your mind rises the pressure in your body, finally releasing the pressure as pain in the weakest spot of your body. For example, if your neck is the weakest point you will feel pain in the neck, likewise if your stomach is the weakest point then you will have pain in the stomach. Similarly, you will have back pain, leg pain, headaches and the list goes on.

It’s psychosomatic. You need a Lobotomy.

I’ll get a Saw.

– Bill Watterson

How to overcome this psychosomatic illness

* Learn to accept the fact
* Go with the flow
* Think with more positivity
* Feel grateful of what you have often
* Never entertain excessive thinking.
* Confidentially find the source of the stress and eliminate it.

There is no one without problems in this world. Every individual has his/her own agony. Even animals also have their own problems and sufferings. The only technique to solve it is to face it and fight back. You need to see and learn how others are fighting their depression positively.

Be more practical rather than emotional.

The pain you feel in your body is real. So, according to me psychosomatics is real. Now my pain is almost cured, all thanks to my loved ones and well-wishers for strengthening me in my tough times and guiding me productively. Time, prayers and reading good books, staying around positive people will definitely cure your stress and problems.

Psychosomatic Disorders

Hence, I request my dear readers to find if you are psychosomatic and act wisely to come out of it. You can check out some amazingly interesting books on this topic here. See you in next post. Stay tuned.


Published by Ramya A R

Content writer, Married, I admire the proverb "What you sow so you reap" and live accordingly. My other interests are reading, yoga, gardening, travel, love nature.

13 thoughts on “Is Psychosomatics even real?

  1. ‘’With more depression and stress deep inside your mind generates a pain in the weakest spot of your body.”

    At last , I have found the reason and the remedy dear!!🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻✨

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  2. அனைவருக்குமான (விடயத்தை) ஏதோ புரியாத வலி, எண்ணம்….மற்றும் பல….. இதன் காரணத்தையும் அதனை களைவதற்கான வழிகளையும் …… சிறப்பாக எடுத்தியம்பிய என் சகோதரியின் எண்ணமும் எழுத்தும் வலுப்பெற என் வாழ்த்துக்கள்……சிவாயநம.

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