What is psychosomatic disorder?

What is psychosomatic disorder?

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a mental disorder that causes somatic symptoms Even a visible abnormality such as gastric ulcer and asthma (asthma) is a physical symptom, a disease with a very high mental rate as the cause of the disease is called a psychosomatic disease and especially It's called childhood. psychosomatic illness. Recently, this pediatric psychosomatic disorder has increased rapidly. According to a study by Asahikawa Medical University and related hospitals, a typical psychosomatic illness disease due to peptic ulcer in children (0-14 years old) began to increase rapidly in the 1970s, reaching more than 14 times in 1992. The main causes of pediatric psychosomatic disorders are (1) the puppet school and Keikoko's overcrowded schedule, (2) interpersonal relationship difficulties between children, (3) family problems such as parental discontent. According to Professor Emeritus Masayoshi Namiki of Asahikawa Medical College, 85% of ulcer patients in children have a school education, with 60% learning three or more subjects. In addition, the psychological stress of the bully's infant child is very intense, acute ulcer develops suddenly and there are cases that progress to chronic ulcers. Both mental and physical approaches are important for treatment, and parents are also treated by doctors when parents' families have the etiology and treatment of families is indispensable. A collective term for diseases in which psychological factors are strongly involved in the onset of physical disorders. Narrow stress is diverse, in addition to disorders such as the endocrine system, the pyramidal system (outpatient system), the autonomic nervous system due to physical symptoms such as gastric ulcer and irritable bowel syndrome. Unlike neurosis in general, social adjustment tends to be good or extreme. Psychotherapy, which belongs to the field of psychosomatic medicine, is necessary for treatment other than the clinical part.
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