Is Somatoform Treatment Different From Psychosomatic?
what is the difference with me like being crushed on the forehead, on the nose bone, beside the eye, is the feeling of being oppressed is pain, or what? r n r nAnd if it means that I have a somatoform marked with one body cramp, like to stab Every time you think, your eyes are unconscious, your hands are wet and cold, your heart is irregular, your heart is beating when you are depressed, your mind doesn’t stop thinking, your head is numb. And your head is also tense seeing something like a cynic going there. It’s been 4 years r n r nand whether somatoform healing is different from psychosomatic healing
Psychosomatic is a form of somatoform disorder. Somatorform is a disorder in which the sufferer feels pain, nausea, or dizziness but there is no underlying medical condition. The main symptom of this somatoform is that the sufferer complains of physical symptoms and is not proven to suffer from the disease after passing various medical examinations. Mcam-kinds of somatoform disorders:
Somatization or psychosomatic disorder. The sufferer has many physical complaints such as abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, headaches, but there is no underlying medical condition. Pain disorders. The sufferer feels pain, but there is no medical condition that underlies the pain. Body dysmorphic disorder. Sufferers complain a lot about physical deficiencies or appearance. Hypochondriasis. Sufferers often complain of serious illness but are not medically proven. Conversion interruption. The sufferer has symptoms that indicate a serious illness such as blindness, paralysis, hearing loss but there is no underlying medical evidence and it is aggravated if he is under stress. Treatment of somatoform disorders requires consultation with a psychiatric specialist. The suggestions that I can give:
multiply sports friends express things that are a burden on the mind to family or friends not smoking. For complaints such as being crushed on the forehead and above the nasal bones, is this complaint accompanied by other complaints such as headache, nasal congestion or runny nose, smell foul, or cough? If so, it may be due to sinusitis. Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinus walls. Besides this condition, forehead pain can be caused by:
eye fatigue psychological stress consuming too much caffeine wrong posture while working. Pain is a subjective response to discomfort. So, you should consult your doctor about this given your long-standing complaints.
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono