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Title Recipients_People who suffer from somatization or psychogenic illnesses
Posted by KIP Type 2 Psychological Disorder (ip:)
  • Date 2021-05-27
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[Recipients_People who suffer from somatization or psychogenic illnesses]


Psychology Treatment of KIP helps you recover from somatization and psychogenic illnesses by restoring psychological balance and treat psychological wounds. 


Somatization occurs when psychological problems continue and are manifested as physical problems, but it is not actual physical problems. It is usually caused by stress and psychological wounds. 


Once people experience somatization, it tends to recur repeatedly and the interval between the presence and the absence of physical symptoms becomes shorter and shorter as time goes by. Also. after some prolonged time, they tend to develop other types of psychogenic illnesses on top of the existing ones. Thus, it is not uncommon to see people suffer from multiple symptoms of somatization simultaneously. Illnesses that turn out to be psychogenic include premenstrual syndrome, headache, migraine, gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, hair loss, physical pain, and tic disorder


In many cases of somatization, patients have experienced continuous or repeated stress and psychological wounds, and treatment of physical symptoms are not usually sufficiently effective. Then, they just become dependent on medication or just live with the symptoms for the whole life time.  

 

Physical symptoms originated from psychological problems disappear when psychological problems are solved. When you take Psychology Treatment of KIP and learn about the operational mechanism of human mind and psychology, you can restore psychological balance and treat psychological wounds, and then, the symptoms of somatization will simply disappear. You will be able to build the ability to heal stress and treat wounds in your unconscious all by yourself through KIP self-training program. 


Inquiries : kip@kip.ac

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