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Written by Dr. Pardeep M.K.   
Sunday, 27 April 2014 18:52

Psychosomatic Cure with the help of yoga & naturopathyPsychosomatic Cure with the Help of Yoga

The current age of progress and science may also be called as the age of tension, age of anxiety and depression etc. We are obsessed with our bodies, generally with the materialistic aspects of life. The epidemic tension, anxiety, depression, fear in the mind have a negative effect on our physical health. The body-mind connection is a powerful and universal force that exists in our life and often, we are unaware of it. It is the main driver of our health, whether we realize it or not.

Fast foods, counter pills, psychotropic medications, hallucinogenic drugs will not cure our emotional ailments permanently. This is the time for us to make more practical use of our moral and spiritual insights and to pursue "What is good for our health? Or how can we get rid of our mental woes?”

The common causes of any psychosomatic disease include lack of support in the family, hormonal changes in the late decades of life, over exhaustion, memory loss, lack of self respect, poor mental status.

People having psychosomatic illness complain of some problems without a natural reason. These are Ulcers, Headaches, Body aches, frequent maturation and defecation, Insomnia, Excessive perspiration, Vomiting, Loss of appetite, Fatigue, Inability to perform any work efficiently and autoimmune disorders.

The diseases which affect the mankind today have a strong psychological base. We can see persons now a day’s suffering from lots of physical problems like body aches, tremors, ulcers, digestive problems but doesn’t have an organic cause or pathology behind it. These all are due to the altered mental status which further develops as physical troubles.

When the mental factors such as anxiety or stress builds up inside a person, it affects his physiological status leading to psychosomatic illness which includes gastrointestinal disturbances, respiratory ailments, cardiovascular problems, genitourinary disorders, endocrine disorders, migraine, integument  problems as well as sexual dysfunction.

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