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“I broke my bones a month ago and have been recuperating at home, but I started having panic attacks a week ago…”
Is there a connection between injury and panic disorder?
Even if you search on the Internet, you will not find information that panic disorder will occur if you are injured.
However, at our clinic, we sometimes have people who say, “I got panic disorder when I was injured and recuperating.”
Not one or two.
Can an injury cause panic disorder?
What is the unexpected relationship between injury and panic disorder?
Injury is a physical matter.
Panic disorder is a mental thing.
Could the two be related?
In Western medicine, psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine are clearly distinguished from surgery, orthopedics, and internal medicine as separate diseases.
“Mental illness and physical illness are two different illnesses.”
I think it’s positioned.
However, from the point of view of oriental medicine,
“Mind and body unity”
There is a way of thinking that the mind and body are connected and the same as there is a word that says.
It means that when the body is sick, the mind is also sick.
So what is the relationship between fractures and panic disorder?
Can’t move when broken
Being unable to move means sitting more often
If you spend a lot of time sitting, it becomes difficult to keep your pelvis and spine vertical.
As a result, the pelvis and spine become more distorted than before.
The functions of the heart and internal organs are derived from the autonomic nerves, but since the autonomic nerves are located in the spine, when the spine is distorted, the autonomic nerves become weak.
As a result, he falls into autonomic imbalance of the heart and suffers from palpitations and panic disorder.
That’s what I mean.
So, is it unavoidable to become panic disorder when injured?
That is not the case.
Panic disorder does not occur unless the spine is twisted.
If you get an injury such as a broken bone, you will not be able to move, so you will have to rest at home.
I’m at home all the time, so of course I’m sitting a lot.
I told you that if the sitting posture is bad, the autonomic nerves will get worse and you will have panic disorder.
If so, you can improve your panic disorder by improving your sitting posture at home.
Here’s how to have good posture.
Place your palms on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the palm and arch the spine (I think this spine of yours is probably sticking out, but this spine is originally curved. there is).
At first, this posture will make you feel tired, but after a week of doing it, you will find that this posture is less tiring and makes you feel better.