MOSCOW, 25 APR – RIA Novosti. The isolation people are left alone with their “skeletons in the closet” – feelings and experiences that they normally hide. This may be a different disease, said in an interview with radio Sputnik psychoanalyst, a specialist in psychosomatics Helen Murashkina.
Psychosomatics is your inner emotions and feelings expressed in the body.
Now to escape from himself nowhere: most people cannot run to work, can not run in clubs, restaurants or other entertainment. They are alone, and there psychosomatics, that is your internal emotions and feelings expressed in the body, blooms all colors of the rainbow, told radio Sputnik psychoanalyst, a specialist in psychosomatics Helen Murashkina.
it is our fears, if viewed from the point of view of psychosomatics, the expert said.
“the crisis Came, the stomach ache those who disagree, who are rebelling. The stomach cannot digest something new or afraid to change something. The best thing is to take the position of observer and see what you can learn useful of this situation. Maybe revise some of your plans, your goals,” advises Helen Murashkina.
the Back is one of the most frequent problems that we treat, added the specialist in psychosomatics. This often happens when people take on what they can not afford.
“that happens when we become parents to their parents or their partner. In addition to their cargo, carry something else. When a woman begins to take on the responsibility of men to provide for the family, a woman back will ache,” said Ellen Murashkina.
a Specialist in psychosomatics added that the ailments, pains, of course, you need to consult a doctor. However, we should not forget psychosomatic causes.
“If the head hurts, the back, of course, you will take the pill or consult a doctor. A good osteopath will relieve symptoms with an injection, paste the tapes, put on the place that popped up. But the work must come from both sides. It is important to find the cause of pain in your emotional state. Otherwise, then the problem can become chronic and harder to cure,” explained Helen Murashkina radio Sputnik.