Oncologist Igor Samoilov said that holding back negative emotions can cause many diseases.
In an interview with Evening Moscow on Thursday, May 12, the specialist explained that the autonomic nervous system and internal organs most often suffer in such cases.
“The patient has shortness of breath, diarrhea, hyperhidrosis, insomnia, heartburn may appear. This is called a psychosomatic syndrome, when your emotional state begins to affect the physical, ”the expert explained.
According to Samoilov, excessive emotionality also has its consequences. Fear and stress can cause the development of cancer, writes NSN.
Other reasons are genetics, the inflammatory process in the body and chronic stress, the 360 TV channel reports.
On May 5, psychologist Slava Donin spoke about effective exercises that help to cope with a severe anxiety attack or a panic attack. According to RT, the psychologist spoke about the practice of TIRR, which will help to cope with deep affective states.
According to the expert, first you should dip your face in ice water for 30 seconds or attach something from the freezer to the area of u200bu200bthe body between the neck and the back of the head. After that, 10 minutes should be devoted to physical activity: run in place or up the stairs, push up or sit down.
Then, for 10 minutes, you should breathe calmly – inhale for five counts, exhale for seven counts. The final stage of this technique is stretching or yoga.
On May 6, psychologist Philip Litvinenko named a way to learn to love yourself. According to him, it is necessary to work on low self-esteem and self-dislike, since the ability to build healthy connections with the world and other people depends on this.
According to the psychologist, the first step on the path to self-love is the ability to track internal dialogue with oneself.