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The term psychosomatics combines the Greek words psykhē – Mind and sōma – Body, and the word signifies a connection between the two. A psychosomatic disorder involves both the mind and the body.

A psychosomatic disorder is a physical illness that is caused or worsened by mental factors.

For example, in depression, people often stop taking care of their physical needs, such as eating, sleeping, and personal hygiene, resulting in physical illness.

The term psychosomatics is used when physical symptoms are present but in the absence of an overt physical illness.

For example, tinnitus, chest or stomach pain can be caused by stress without a physical illness being detected.
Posted on 03/01/24

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