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8 body parts that “remember” about stress

Many simply ignore their emotions and pretend that they are not, in the hope that everything will pass quickly. But denial of the problem provokes stress and discomfort.
For several years, the psychotherapist Sean Grover has studied in which parts of the body repressed emotions are hidden. He found that negative emotions have a physical manifestation. He called “somatization” psychological discomfort in the form of its manifestations on the physical level. In the study of bodily reactions to stress, some regularities have become clear.
This is where our negative emotions “hide” more often.
1. Lower Back – Anger
It is in this place that repressed anger appears. If your back hurts for no reason, analyze your experiences. To get rid of discomfort, try to solve conflicts, and not accumulate them.
2. Stomach – fear
When a person is afraid of something, his intestines and stomach tighten. No wonder they say: “The stomach cramped from fear.” Do not suppress fears, but share your feelings with loved ones. Fears need to pronounce. Grover explains: “The better you can express fear in words, the less it will be held in the body.”
3. Heart and chest – “broken heart”
It turns out that the phrase “broken heart” is not just an allegory. You can feel pain at the physical level. Grover’s patients noticed that the pain was released and the stress became less when, for example, they cried.
4. Headache – loss of control.
You are not able to control everything in life. If you are desperate to do this, a headache is provided. You have to accept and let go of everything that you cannot control. And then this unpleasant symptom will go away.
5. Tension in the neck and shoulders – congestion
If, for no reason, you are worried about tension in your neck and shoulders, you are likely to be overworked. Pay your attention to what you are really able to cope with and what you can’t do. Do not be afraid to refuse, learn to ask for help, share the responsibility with others – and then your body will say “thank you”.
6. Fatigue – offense
If you carefully hide the insult, then do yourself more harm than other people. Your emotions drain you. Try to forgive and move on.
7. Numbness – psychological trauma
People often suppress their reactions to those events that hurt them. But, as it turned out, it is fraught with numbness of body parts and even paralysis. Accept the situation, lay everything out on the shelves and be sure to draw conclusions.
8. Insomnia – anxiety due to changes.
Both bad and good life events can affect the quality of your sleep. The tension is especially felt when these changes are permanent.

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