Related formspsy·cho·so·mat·i·cal·ly, adverb
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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
Psychosomatic disorders, hypochondria: Physical disorders caused by emotional problems are psychosomatic.
Too tired, nerves worn too thin, psychosomatic control slipping.The Chapter Ends|Poul William Anderson
Psychosomatic medicine focuses on the second of these; our focus here is on the first: physical origins of emotional disturbance.
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A descriptive term for the relationship between the mind and body.