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Emotional pain that translates to bodily ache?

December 12th, 2013

Question by Cala: Emotional soreness that translates to bodily pain?

Is it typical that when you are going via a divorce, you feel so a lot emotional pain that it physically hurts you? I come to feel so significantly soreness in my arms particularly, chest, legs. The pain type of kills my need to do other items and I lie there lifeless and empty…..and in this kind of physical soreness. How lengthy would this final? Days? Weeks? Months? Cos I actually come to feel like death is coming for me.

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Reply by ZIGGIE
Yes, this book known as “Buried Feelings Never ever Dies” explains it ideal, but it also explains how to cease the ache and feelings from continuing to hurt you.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2284.Emotions_Buried_Alive_By no means_Die

It is best if you could do anything everday at the same time of the day. Go for a walk each day following function or the pool even if you just sit in the steam area…it truly is for you.

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  1. bone
    December 12th, 2013 at 22:29 | #1

    I suppose untill you sought out your emotional pain, I have the same and my doctor said that no pain killers will be affective but gave me Ibuprofen which helps for a short while, my pain is in my ribs, chest and upper arms and my doctor said its stress. But you must see a doctor just to be on the safe side and rule out any other problems.

  2. William M
    December 12th, 2013 at 23:03 | #2

    its called anxiety attacks,your mind goes to work and you think to much about the what ifs..it will last quite awhile unless you lash out and pick your self up ,get motivated ,don`t feel sorry for yourself ,don`t dwell on what has happened ,move on,start again,bury the past in the back of your mind ,and learn from the whole experience ,involve your self in voluntary work,or get involved with groups , there is a light at the end of the tunnel ,you have just begun ,hang in

  3. Brenda H
    December 12th, 2013 at 23:45 | #3

    There’s a deep link between pain and depression, anxiety… The brain circuits and chemistry that sense pain are also active in depression.

    “Chemicals that are related to depression and painful physical symptoms share the same pathway along the nervous system [the body’s nerves and brain],” Robinson says. “An imbalance in these chemicals may explain the frequent presence of painful physical symptoms in depressed patients. That is, the imbalanced chemicals may be sending more intense messages that there is too much pain. It’s not that the pain is ‘in your head’ as once believed. When you have depression there is a chemical reason why you may truly feel more pain.”

    People feel less pain as their psychiatric symptoms dissipate and more as their symptoms decrease.

    Death isn’t coming for you; you are headed toward it. Please seek treatment. Call the Nationals Suicide Prevention Hotline. It’s free and open 24/7: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

  4. Mickey
    December 12th, 2013 at 23:56 | #4

    its called psychologial conversion (common name). its u bodies way of taking up where r mind left off in accepting and dealing with pain. ur mind either thot it was a better idea 4 u to realize it physically, or u needed the wake up call, or both. the only way to “heal” this is by moving thru ur psychlogical pain,most likely with a friend thats closer to u than ever, or in therapy. whichever works better, but in most cases i wud suggest a theapist.

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