OTHER WORDS FROM psychosomaticpsy·cho·so·mat·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Psychological illness, psychosomatic and functional symptoms are the least respected of medical problems.Why These Children Fell into Endless Sleep - Issue 107: The Edge|Suzanne O’Sullivan|September 22, 2021|Nautilus
When you try to raise psychosomatic conditions, however carefully you do it, it’s not welcomed.
Then they gave many diagnoses that are psychosomatic but use euphemisms to hide that fact.
O’Sullivan says psychosomatic illnesses are far more common than we realize, but few people admit to having them.
She’s on a mission to debunk our misconceptions about psychosomatic illnesses.
The historical Woodrow Wilson suffered from numerous complaints which we might today label as psychosomatic.The Devil and Woodrow Wilson: An Interview With Joyce Carol Oates|Jane Ciabattari|March 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Likewise, psychosomatic controls that can handle any ordinary wound we might permit them to inflict.Cubs of the Wolf|Raymond F. Jones
These problems not only include strictly psychological troubles but many psychosomatic symptoms as well.A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis|Melvin Powers
Psychosomatic disorders, hypochondria: Physical disorders caused by emotional problems are psychosomatic.
Psychosomatic medicine focuses on the second of these; our focus here is on the first: physical origins of emotional disturbance.
Too tired, nerves worn too thin, psychosomatic control slipping.The Chapter Ends|Poul William Anderson
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A descriptive term for the relationship between the mind and body.