Nowadays, it is now an acquired concept to believe that organic diseases can be directly related to emotions. This dual interaction between body and emotion is called ” psychosomatization “.
The process of psychosomatization corresponds to an abnormal reaction and is found only when an identical emotion is experienced frequently and the same message is sent equally frequently at the same point. This creates an imbalance in the energies at the level of the organ that receives it and this weakens it. It can be affirmed that it is precisely the combination of this imbalance of energies and the relative weakening that allows the disease to settle and become real, since it is possible to resist the aggressions of pathogenic factors .
Basically, let’s say that, in normal cases, the specific stimulus followed by a specific message must provoke a specific reaction and lead the subject to express frustration or satisfaction to others.
When the same emotion is experienced frequently and the subject is unable to react and to express what he / she feels, both verbally and through gestures, the phenomenon of psychosomatization begins.
In this case, a negative emotional load occurs that is not eliminated. It remains then deeply inserted in the point where it was sent, that is, in a receptor organ , at the time of the message being issued. The organic imbalance thus created causes the soil (organ or part of the body) to become favorable to the establishment of the disease .
Here are some examples:
Somatic elements : this condition, mainly due to the malfunctioning of the sebaceous glands, is characterized by the eruption of small pustules on the face, shoulders, back and chest. The disorder, when it is morbid, often assumes significant importance during adolescence, but it can persist even in later life.
Psychological elements : people who suffer from it generally have a very self-critical perception and often have low self-esteem. They have difficulty accepting themselves for what they are. In the most pronounced cases, esteem and love for oneself are practically absent.
Somatic elements : eczemas represent the fifth of dermatoses. There is a great variety of eczema, but they are always characterized by redness and small skin bladders that mark the skin.
Psychological elements : these skin affections are found very frequently in subjects suffering from hypersensitivity. They live permanently a feeling of wound that disturbs their personality in the depths of their soul. Furious mental antagonisms reign in them.
Somatic elements : it is defined, from the medical point of view, as the increase in the rate of cholesterol in the blood. This dysfunction is the basis of many health problems. Please note that it is not abnormal to have cholesterol, what is abnormal is to have too much of it. The process is accentuated by a too rich supply.
Psychological elements : the phenomenon, called “modern times”, is often typical of people who live in stress and who suffer spontaneously accepting joy in their lives. It is as if they were afraid to live joyfully.
Somatic elements : it is an anomaly of the functioning of the eye that causes the image to form in front of the retina.
Psychological elements : a short-sighted person generally lacks order in the inner perception of truth. He is afraid of the future.
Somatic elements : it is a painful inflammation (otalgia) of the middle ear (tympanum). The inflammation of the inner ear corresponds instead to the labyrinthitis.
Psychological elements : there is, for the subject, a temporary refusal to communicate and receive the message of others. The subject is rebellious in relation to a situation or a person and can not calm down.
Somatic elements : it is an increase or hypersecretion of the sebum (product of secretion of the sebaceous glands). Seborrhea is often complicated by hair loss (alopecia) or skin diseases (acne, eczema, etc.).
Psychological elements : this phenomenon is mainly found in people who tend to be immature on the emotional level. They suffer in taking their place because they do not feel “correct”.