Induction therapy for somatoform mental disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
AUTHORS : Shehab L.F. | Shehab H.Yu.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Tver, Russia; Saida, Lebanon
YEAR : 2000 | Category : Method of treatment
Somatoform mental disorders are characterized by the appearance of somatic complaints against the background of psychosocial stress in the absence of corresponding morphological changes, in many cases nonspecific and functional disorders are found. Patients with somatoform disorders account for up to 25% of all patients general somatic practice. The reactions of a person’s affective response to distress are innate and are regulated by subcortical centers, regardless of their somatic or psychological nature. A person reacts mainly to distress of somatic origin, considering the psychological derivatives of emotion not worthy of attention, and “somatic language” comes to the fore in communication.