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11 Pains linked to your emotional state

11 Pains linked to your emotional state

Have you ever wondered if that Should back pain or persistent headache come from your emotional state? Yes, this is possible, as the psychologist Rita Calegari of the São Camilo Hospital Network in São Paulo explains: "Our body is a unique system - the physical and emotional parts are not disassociated from one another - which affects the body it moves the emotion, it affects the emotion, it moves the body. "

Pain acts as a mechanism of the body to pass a message, to show that something is not going well. Imagine the car dashboard lights that show when gasoline has come to the reserve, when the engine is overheated, the oil is low, etc. This feature shows in time what "When the cause of a pain is investigated, the specialist evaluates several systems that can influence the appearance of pain," Rita says. . By means of examinations, the possibilities are being discarded until the diagnosis is reached. "Illness can have a variety of origins: viruses, bacteria, heredity, inflammatory processes, accidents, allergies, pollution, poor diet, misuse of medications and harmful emotional states. strengthens the psychologist.

How can emotional state influence health?

In the presence of stress, muscles become tense, causing specific pain. Tension, in turn, increases cortisol in the blood by altering the heart rate. "All this changes the body in general, including the muscles, getting stressed and reflecting in pain. In addition, the person with emotional and depressed tends to maintain a wrong posture and ends up not performing exercises, thus causing muscle pain "says Carlos Górios, orthopedist at the São Camilo Hospitals Network in São Paulo.

The inflammatory process of this type of pain is different from the body's reaction after a physical trauma. "The inflammatory process caused by emotional factors is related to hormonal changes and posture error, whereas in the other post-traumatic event, a physiological response of the organism to tissue damage or some other situation, such as infection, involves cells of the immune system, leading to vasodilation as a vascular response, increased vascular permeability leading to edema, increased tissue pressure causing pain, "explains Gorios.

How these pains manifest

The cervical, thoracic and especially the lumbar region are the most affected. This is because the spine is responsible for the support of the body and so the back end up receiving a greater load in situations of stress and emotional changes. "Another muscle that can be affected is the psoas muscle, which connects the spine vertebrae to the legs.In the situation of emotional alteration with adrenaline discharge, this muscle is tensioned, hindering posture and causing back pain.This region is called 'soul muscle' according to Eastern medicine, "he says.

The psychologist stresses that emotional tension can be provoked by the most diverse areas of life, such as work, marriage, family, among others. "Changes in the life cycle, such as changes in the ordinary phases of life, but that lead to suffering, such as the death of a loved one, are also capable of creating such pain," says Rita. Check out some pains that may arise because of your emotional state and the common motives that can trigger them, according to the psychologist:

1. Headache

Emotional tension and many worries. People who think too hard and do little. Bitterness with some remembrance of past events, among others.

2. Pain in neck / neck

Strong emotional tension, conflicts between reason and feelings, among others.

3. Pain in the hands

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Overload of tasks, emotional tension, shyness, fear, insecurity, among others 4. Back pain

Fear, helplessness, insecurity, overloading of tasks, emotional tension, among others.

5. Lumbar pain

Overload of tasks, emotional tension, fear, insecurity, among others.

6. Pain in the hands

Overload of tasks, emotional tension, fear, insecurity, among others.

7. Joint pain

Feeling of impotence, great emotional tension, fear and sadness. Stiffness of thought, inflexibility, among others.

8. Muscular pain

Tension, accumulated energy, sadness, fear, anger, existential conflicts, among others.

9. Stomach pain

Tension, irritability, insoluble conflicts, heartache, anger, nervousness, among others.

10. Pain in the hips

Overload of tasks, emotional tension, fear, insecurity, among others.

11. Pain in the knees

Overload of tasks, emotional tension, fear, insecurity, among others.

Forms of treatment

Therapy of this type of pain must rely on a multidisciplinary approach, which may include physician, psychologist, physiotherapist , physical educator, and other professionals. "Drug treatment includes analgesics and anti-inflammatories, 'antidepressants' (which would actually be better termed serotonin and noradrenaline modulators), anticonvulsants and opioids," says psychiatrist Milene Busoli. It also highlights physical activity as an essential factor for recovery. "In general, activities in water, pilates or more intense activities, as long as they are supervised." Other treatments include physical therapy, acupuncture and massage. Therapy generally aims at adapting and accepting the picture, and coping with fears related to activity, return to work , as well as the feeling of guilt and inadequacy, "he concludes.


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