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PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS
MIND AND BODY CONNECTION:
Thinks, Logics , feels, analyses, decides…
Conscious Mind
10-12%
Subconscious
Mind 88-90%
9 times larger
& 6000 times
more...
Crisis
Two Response
Fight Flight
Autonomic
Nervous System
Sympathetic
Fight/Flight
Parasympathetic
Homeostasis
PLAY DEAD
Summary…
Rules/Syste
ms
Curb
Instincts
Suppression
of Emotions
Internalizati
on of
Emotions
Breakdow
n
Breakdown
Behavioural
Physical
Body Syndromes
Used for “Psychosomatic Illness”
psycho = mind
soma = body
which means they are caused by
the mind-body...
Crying
syndrome:
Crying syndrome
 Physiological manifestation of:
“Inability to make a decision that a client is not
happy with”
 Shows u...
Responsibility syndrome
Responsibility syndrome
Physiological manifestation of
 More responsibility or pressure than the client can
handle.
 La...
Sexual frustration / guilt syndrome
Sexual frustration / guilt syndrome
 Physiological Manifestation of
 Poor self image, self blame.
 Sexual frustration.
...
Fight syndrome/ reaching
syndrome
Fight syndrome/ reaching
syndrome
 Physiological manifestation of:
 Representing feeling of fighting
 Reaching out: Esp...
Flight syndrome
Flight syndrome
Physiological manifestation
 Repressing feeling of wanting to escape or
need to run away.
 Running away...
Combinations
A person maybe affected by one or
more of the syndromes at any given
time.
E.g. Headache and tight back
mus...
Steps to prevent breakdown
 Start with rules & check whether those
rules are really that important
 Express your instinc...
Ways to Vent Emotions
 Meditation / Self Hypnosis
 Write
 Talk it out
 Physical Exercises
 Punch a pillow
 Create Art
THANK YOU!!
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Mind and Body Connection By Dr. Rahul Joshi

This is part of the HELP Talk series at HELP, Health Education Library for People, the worlds largest free patient education library www.healthlibrary.com.

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Mind and Body Connection

  1. 1. PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS MIND AND BODY CONNECTION:
  2. 2. Thinks, Logics , feels, analyses, decides… Conscious Mind 10-12% Subconscious Mind 88-90% 9 times larger & 6000 times more PowerfulPrimitive Mind Modern Memory
  3. 3. Crisis Two Response Fight Flight
  4. 4. Autonomic Nervous System Sympathetic Fight/Flight Parasympathetic Homeostasis
  5. 5. PLAY DEAD
  6. 6. Summary… Rules/Syste ms Curb Instincts Suppression of Emotions Internalizati on of Emotions Breakdow n
  7. 7. Breakdown Behavioural Physical
  8. 8. Body Syndromes Used for “Psychosomatic Illness” psycho = mind soma = body which means they are caused by the mind-body connection
  9. 9. Crying syndrome:
  10. 10. Crying syndrome  Physiological manifestation of: “Inability to make a decision that a client is not happy with”  Shows up as: Migraine, asthma, sore throat, problem of hearing or eyes, or sinus
  11. 11. Responsibility syndrome
  12. 12. Responsibility syndrome Physiological manifestation of  More responsibility or pressure than the client can handle.  Lack of support to handle responsibility.  Overburdened feeling.
  13. 13. Sexual frustration / guilt syndrome
  14. 14. Sexual frustration / guilt syndrome  Physiological Manifestation of  Poor self image, self blame.  Sexual frustration.  Guilt  Shows up as Stomach cramps, digestive problems, constipation, vaginal or bladder infections, etc
  15. 15. Fight syndrome/ reaching syndrome
  16. 16. Fight syndrome/ reaching syndrome  Physiological manifestation of:  Representing feeling of fighting  Reaching out: Especially unreachable targets.  Feeling restrictive- need to express
  17. 17. Flight syndrome
  18. 18. Flight syndrome Physiological manifestation  Repressing feeling of wanting to escape or need to run away.  Running away from a situation  Relationship  Goals....
  19. 19. Combinations A person maybe affected by one or more of the syndromes at any given time. E.g. Headache and tight back muscles may indicate an inability to make decisions about responsibilty
  20. 20. Steps to prevent breakdown  Start with rules & check whether those rules are really that important  Express your instincts in a more appropriate way  Find different and more effective ways of communicating your emotions
  21. 21. Ways to Vent Emotions  Meditation / Self Hypnosis  Write  Talk it out  Physical Exercises  Punch a pillow  Create Art
  22. 22. THANK YOU!!

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