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How Emotions Affect Our Life and Relationships

All diseases appear due to nerves. You've probably heard this phrase many times. When, for example, you couldn’t sleep for a week because of the upcoming important meeting. Or when you were lying at home with a fever or sick stomach after a painful break-up with your boyfriend define cuffing season. Our emotions and feelings affect not only the mood but also the self-awareness and health. And it’s much more serious than you think.

Here are the top 5 symptoms that appear when the body signals that something is wrong with it:
- chest pain;
- endless fatigue;
- sleep disorders;
- periodic headaches;
- pain in the back and abdomen.

Of course, all people have these symptoms from time to time. But if they manifest too often - you shouldn’t ignore them. Even if the clinical analysis shows that everything is fine. You can meditate, take sedative or anesthetic and "heal" the disease for a while. But if you don’t "cure" your head and deal with all the accumulated problems, the consequences can be terrible.

Why does our body respond to feelings and emotions in this way?

Because initially everything was arranged in such a way. Our body is used to it. When we feel bad, we shrink into ourselves and cry, when we feel anger - our heart rate increases, we blush and literally tremble with anger and grate teeth. And then all this leads to even more acute symptoms. Today, scientists allocate about 500 diseases, the roots of which lie in psychology.

There are several approaches to the question of how such diseases occur. The essence of the first is that the body isn’t able to adapt to stress, doesn’t know how to deal with it, so displays it with painful symptoms. Also, diseases occur when we don’t live through our emotions, but suppress them, refuse to recognize the problem.

Another situation is when the psychological problems of a person are reflected in physical well-being. There is even a special table where we can find out under what conditions these or other diseases appear. Its author is Louise Hay. Be sure to look for it on the web. For example, when you have a strong appetite, it means that you subconsciously experience fear and need protection. Pain in the eyes is the inability to clearly see your present, past or future.

To convince you that you shouldn't be trifled with unresolved problems and unspent emotions, we will tell you about the fundamental work of psychiatrist Vladislav Matrenitskiy, who is convinced that it’s psychological problems that can cause cancer.

He talked about how the body accumulates stress and how emotions affect us. When a person can’t survive a trauma or solve some difficult life situation, then in order that he doesn’t get stuck on it, there are internal protectors that isolate this problem from our consciousness. But the snag is that the unsolved psychological problems don’t disappear, but go down to the "lower floors" of our subconscious and become a source of constant unconscious psychological stress.

The scientist also gives an example: if a woman feels deeply a break-up, a certain area of her brain is subjected to stress. And it, in turn, affects a corresponding organ. In this case - the ovaries.

What to do?
First of all, minimize external stresses. Don’t suppress emotions, but learn to accept and release them. Ask a psychologist, try yoga or meditation. And most importantly, take care of your nerves. After all, we already remember that all diseases appear because of them.