Psychosomatic Relaxation

French somatic relaxation started at the Pierre Marty Hospital in Paris. Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Pierre Marty was the precursor of psychosomatics.

Psychosomatics explained in simple words treats those problems that the mind cannot express and the body speaks in the form of illnesses such as: stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s syndrome, asthma, utopic dermatitis and rheumatoid arthritis among many others.

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The body and mind cannot be separated, they are strongly interconnected and it is a matter of bringing to the surface those traumas lived since the intrauterine stage in the womb that have affected the person organically, with the accompaniment of the therapist, using all possible techniques to help think why the person got sick. Through psychosomatic relaxation and body psychoanalysis of the French school, the unconscious problem will be connected with the affected organ.

Several studies have been conducted on relaxation therapies, which aim to relieve stress and depression. These studies have been conducted on subjects ranging from military personnel to pregnant women. In addition, a study conducted on diabetic patients found that psychosomatic relaxation was effective in improving quality of life.

In the study, patients were divided into two groups, which were based on random numbers. The groups were assigned to undergo five sessions of relaxation therapy. At the end of the therapy, the patients were evaluated for stress and depression, as well as their quality of life. Statistically, there was a significant difference between the intervention and control groups in terms of their quality of life. Similarly, there was a significant difference in blood glucose levels between the two groups.



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