Unfortunately, Western medicine still doesn’t fully recognize the connection of the body and mind and the spirit and emotions. In fact, despite the abundance of evidence showing the association between our physical and emotional state, people are still not paying enough attention to this fact.

Susan Babel, a psychologist specializing in trauma-induced depression, stated that chronic pain might not only be caused by physical injury, but also by emotional problems and stress. She asserts that when we experience physical ache, the body’s sending out a warning that there is a need of some improvement on an emotional level.

Physical Signs That Indicate Emotional Problems

Headaches

Headaches may be a symptom of excessive stress. Therefore, you need to take a break, i.e. relax; you can do yoga or meditate and think about what’s causing your stress and find a way to address the problem.

Pain in the neck

This is a symptom of some mistake you’ve done in the past. Unfortunately, you haven’t forgiven yourself for it. In order for the pain to stop, you need to learn how to forgive yourself, but how to forgive others as well.

Pain in the shoulders

Often times, this type of pain may be a sign of some emotional burden you’ve been carrying for a longer period of time and that needs to be removed.

Pain in the upper back

In a lot of cases, pain felt in the upper part of the back may be a symptom of lack of emotional support which is making you feel unwanted and unloved. If you’re single, go out more with your friends, have fun, and try to find someone who can give you the love you need. If you’re in a relationship, talk to your partner about why you feel unwanted and find a way solve this problem together.

Pain in the lower back

This may be a sign of some financial issues. Therefore, to get rid of the pain, consult a financial planner.

Pain in the elbows

This pain has to do a lot with a reluctance to make a change. To solve this problem, you need to learn to comprise and make the necessary changes in your life.  Remember, not every change is a bad one.

Pain in the hands

Very often, people who feel pain in the hands are not enough socially active and are unable to reach out to other people in the right way. To address this problem, hang out with your colleagues or friends more, make new friendships, go on a trip, etc.

Pain in the knees

If you experience pain in the knees, you might have a very big ego. To stop the pain, you need to stop being too full of yourself. Stop looking for approval from others. Your ego doesn’t define who you are.

Pain in the ankles

You might need more pleasure in your life.

Pain in the feet

If you’re depressive, the chance of experiencing pain in the feet is much higher. Do more enjoyable activities, watch interesting movies, go out more, take walks in nature, etc.

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Unfortunately, Western medicine still doesn’t fully recognize the connection of the body and mind and the spirit and emotions. In fact, despite the abundance of evidence showing the association between our physical and emotional state, people are still not paying enough attention to this fact. Susan Babel, a psychologist specializing...