Susto espanto miedo

These colloquially equivalent Spanish terms, implying an experience of fright or scare, are widely used among Hispanic populations of the Western hemisphere for a great variety of symptoms.(19 The conditions so labelled frequently resemble neurotic or somatoform disorders, but may also be caused by organic pathology. These folk diagnostic labels may be given to all kinds of complaints if (i) the complaints are associated with a frightening experience of the patient, (ii) it is generally assumed that this experience caused the soul to separate from the body, either spontaneously or through supernatural forces, and (iii) the diagnosis of susto, espanto, or miedo is confirmed by a trusted folk healer.

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