somatopsychic


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somatopsychic

[¦sō·məd·ə′sī·kik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to both the body and mind.
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13) Studies have indicated that in Oman there is a tendency to use somatopsychic idioms of distress rather than verbalizing said distress.
Diabetes mellitus as a model of psychosomatic and somatopsychic interrelationships.
Asthma: the yoga perspective part I the somatopsychic imbalance in asthma: towards a holistic therapy.
Anxiety and depression in chronic hemodialysis: Some somatopsychic determinants.
When she declares, "Vedic and other somatopsychic protocols act as the foundation of [Saleem Sinai's] scmiotic [in Midnight's Children]," she ignores the novel's overt appetite for irony and mixture that denies us the convenience of locating a single semiotic foundation for it (55).
BPSB than facilitates a somatopsychic leap, by means of applying a variety of SER techniques.
However, its most important applications with back pain patients is in its utility in mediating skeleto-muscular interactions with emotions (Kimmell, 1989), pain control (Wells, 1982; Evans, 1988), somatopsychic disorders (Ford, 1989), psychosomatic disorders (Crasilneck, 1980) and in psychoneuroimmunology (Hall, 1983; Kiocolt-Glaser et al.
The basic principles of cognitive-behavioral techniques, which may be collectively labeled the New Hypnosis, include processing of internal states of perceived realities, reexperiencing the sexual problem, inward directedness of the client by the counselor through careful observation and feedback of the client's or couple's psychosomatic and somatopsychic expressions, and the presence of both members of the couple in sessions whenever possible.
Diabetes mellitus asa model of psychosomatic and somatopsychic interrelationships.
14,15) The link between anxiety disturbances and vertigo is generally interpreted as an effect of somatopsychic and psychosomatic processes, one of which may be sensitization at the cerebral level.
Such comprehension implies an in-depth study of psychosomatic and somatopsychic relationships in DM.
The specific motion we see is the exterior sensory motor strategy of rocking a vertebra in what is called a somatopsychic wave.