6 Mental Problems that Can Trigger Physical Illness

Physical and mental conditions like two sides of a coin that affect each other. Often physical disease that appears accompanied by the emergence of mental disorders, such as stress. Conversely, there are times when a psychological disease then trigger physical illness.

Several studies have found an association between the intense emotions experienced physical pain. To overcome practically tricky because they have to control your emotions.

As reported by Men's Health, on Monday (11/02/2013), the following is a disease that could lead to mental health problems:

1. Anger
When covered with anger, disease recurring back pain. A study published in journal Pain found that anger can activate neural pathways that transfer mental tension to the muscles of the spine. Anger is also associated with reduced production of endorphins that can help relieve the pain.

2. Lonely
Got a lot of friends on social networking sites mean nothing without a real closeness. A study from the University of Chicago recently found that lonely people are more rapidly rising blood pressure within 4 years than those who had a lot of social support. The increase in blood pressure is even moderately risk of triggering a heart attack.

3. Depression
A study conducted at Johns Hopkins University found that people who are depressed are 69 percent higher risk of getting cancer than people who cheerfully. Over time, depression may interfere with hormones that are involved in cell growth and cell cycle regulation. The result can potentially cause cancer

4. Pessimist
Always expect bad things to happen is called a pessimist. Such a person is more at risk of stroke than people who are optimistic, according to a study conducted in Finland. Negative views can damage blood vessels and disrupt the nervous system that controls heart rate. In the end make people more susceptible pessimists had a stroke.

5. Fear
Occasional anxiety is fair and humane. But if the continuous impact is not necessarily good. A UK study found that anxiety can increase the risk of dementia or dementia. The reason for the mental stress arising from anxiety will increase levels of glucocorticoid hormones to remove brain cells and interfere with memory center.

6. Burnout
Burnout is a sense of fatigue and disappointment arising from the stress of work. If you feel too tired to work, you should immediately check your blood sugar levels. A study in Serbia found that male employees who feel stressed at work has a 21 percent higher likelihood of diabetes compared to the employees comfortable with the job. Chronic stress caused by work can disrupt sleep and cause inflammation, a risk factor triggering diabetes.