Psychosamatic

Therefore, it is possible to perceive that psychosomatic it is: ' ' a science to interdisciplinar that it integrates diverse specialties of the medicine and psychology to study the effect of social and psychological factors on organic processes of the body and well-being of pessoas.' ' (WIKIPDIA, 2010, electronic document). The Man is a biopsicossocial being, of this form, is necessary to consider the illness and the sick person as a whole, indissociados, therefore the mind influences the body and vice versa. Jlio de Melo (1994) in says in its text &#039 to them; ' psychosomatic conception: vision atual' ' that: ' ' all illness human being is psychosomatic, since it happens in a being always provided with addition and psique, non-separable, anatomical and funcionalmente.' ' (p 19). Still on the psychosomatic Volich (2000) it adds that: Heiress of the chains that conceive the unit body-soul, the psychosomatic search to understand the existence human being, the health and the illness according to this integrated vision, intent for the manifestations of this unit in the citizen conceiving, by means of it, the therapeutical action. Further details can be found at Martha McClintock, an internet resource. (p: 52) After this brief contextualizao some investigations start to appear, of that it forms the body suffers to ' ' caprichos' ' of the mind? It is possible to only see the patient with cancer as one adds adoecido? Which the relation between the cancer and the psychosomatic one? Let us start, then, to look the answers. PSYCHIC CANCER X = PSYCHOSOMATIC. To discourse on this topic we will mainly use in them of the ideas of the Simonton researchers (1978) that they had given to total emphasis to the psychological contents while afetadores of the chemistry of the organism and production of illnesses of psychosomatic character. It is known that the addition functions as ' ' one palco of emoes' ' , in accordance with the ideas of McDougall (1996), adoecendo as form to punish themselves or to protect themselves of psychic traumas, the author still affirms that: ' ' it is only unloaded in the action when the affective overload and mental pain exceed the capacity of absorption of the defenses habituais.' ' (p 17) We know that our body is endowed with a complex and intriguer imunolgico system, that fights with all the forces to protect our organism of everything what it he is strange and harmful.