What are Psychosomatic Conditions?
Psychosomatic conditions are physical symptoms or illnesses that are primarily caused or exacerbated by psychological and emotional factors, highlighting the mind-body connection in health and well-being.
Psychosomatic conditions refer to physical ailments or symptoms that are predominantly influenced by psychological or emotional factors. These conditions exemplify the intricate connection between the mind and body. Stress, anxiety, depression, or unresolved emotional issues can manifest in various physical symptoms, such as headaches, stomachaches, muscle tension, and even more serious health problems like heart disease. While the symptoms are real and often distressing, their root cause is rooted in emotional or mental distress. Addressing psychosomatic conditions typically involves both medical and psychological intervention, aiming to treat the underlying emotional issues alongside the physical symptoms to achieve holistic well-being.