Translation of psychosomatic in Spanish:

psychosomatic

(p)sicosomático, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌsaɪkoʊsəˈmædɪk//ˌsʌɪkə(ʊ)səˈmatɪk/

adjective

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    (p)sicosomático
    • With increasing stress, the incidence of stress related psychosomatic and psychiatric illnesses has increased tremendously.
    • We read daily of psychosomatic disorders, and of stress exacerbating asthma, heart disease, gastric ulcers and schizophrenia. ‘Mens sana in corpore sano’, a healthy mind in a health body.
    • Indeed, asthma is considered by many to be the prototype of psychosomatic illness.
    • Psychological approaches to illness have expanded enormously since the medical establishment adopted the concept of psychosomatic illness to explain illnesses that could not otherwise be diagnosed or cured.
    • That it tells more of a psychosomatic illness, - the images are symptomatic of a personal trouble - than it does of a feeling of the war.
    • Although Shorter's book says little about the contemporary experience of psychosomatic illness, it's clear that similar mind-body-culture interplay is very much alive today.
    • Physically, they have been put under chronic stress, causing spondylitis, back pain, insomnia, and other psychosomatic illnesses.
    • Over time they become more assertive, expressing themselves as compulsions and obsessions, phobias and prejudices, neuroses and psychosomatic illnesses.
    • Hospitals report a wave of psychosomatic illnesses among patients since the landing of the Sirians on Earth: headaches, nervous fever, aching joints, insomnia and neurotic behavior.
    • Of all the psychoanalysts to write on psychosomatic illness, none was more influential than the Berlin / Chicago psychoanalyst Franz Alexander.
    • Moreover, chronic diseases of kidneys, lung, brain, liver, joints, etc., and stress related psychosomatic illnesses cause significant morbidity in the general public.
    • You're less likely to suffer from psychosomatic illnesses - digestive disorders, other stress disorders, headaches, vascular stress.
    • His site investigates psychosomatic illnesses, with emphasis on post traumatic stress disorder, chemical imbalances and childhood stress.
    • Because CFS lacks definitive organic causes, it is often dismissed by physicians as either a psychosomatic illness or a manifestation of clinical depression.
    • When early separation anxieties have been traumatic, she says, there are still many possible outcomes, ranging from psychosis and psychosomatic illness to addiction and other acting out pathology.
    • Hence, our self-reported data are not supportive of the idea that MCS syndrome is primarily a psychiatric or psychosomatic condition.
    • What distinguishes hysteria from other kinds of neurosis or psychosomatic illness is the mutability of its symptoms, the manner in which trauma can be converted into a potentially infinite array of corporeal manifestations.
    • Part 2 on physical and psychosomatic illness opens with Liakopoulou's chapter on the separation-individuation process in adolescents with chronic physical illness.
    • Depression, anxiety, and psychosomatic disorders are the most frequently identified mental health consequences among acculturating individuals.
    • He advanced the concept that specific unconscious conflicts are associated with various psychosomatic disorders and are the end results of prolonged physiological states that are caused by repressed conflicts.