Possibilities for prevention

Patients with medically unexplained symptoms are often unpopular both with general psychiatrists and other physicians. They are seen as neither physically nor mentally ill, but simply complaining as a mean of avoiding life's responsibilities. Overcoming these negative attitudes is a matter of proper training of doctors and education of medical students.

Since an early diagnosis is important for preventing physical fixation, iatrogenic harm, and chronicity, doctors must be taught to view somatization disorder with the same seriousness as organic-based diseases. The dominating dualistic way of thinking in medicine must be counteracted.

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Break Free From Passive Aggression

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