Innovative approaches to the metabolic and psychological correction of psychosomatic pathology in children and adolescents


  • G. Mozgova National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
  • G. Beketova Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education
  • V. Lunov Bogomolets National Medical University
Keywords: psychosomatic pathology; duodenal ulcer; bronchial asthma; psychotherapy; metabolic correction; children; adolescents

Abstract

The article presents data on the clinical features of the course of psychosomatic pathology in children and adolescents.  Psychological aspects and signs of asthenia in bronchial asthma and peptic ulcer of duodenum are revealed.  The necessity of pharmacological (metabolic) and psychological correction of asthenia under psychosomatic pathology in children and adolescents has been scientifically substantiated.  The effectiveness of complex application of metabolic means and psychological methods of correction of asthenia in psychosomatic pathology was determined.  In children and adolescents with PSP (YaB PDK and BA), emotional instability, high reactive and personal anxiety, self-doubt, fearfulness, complications in relationships with senes, teachers and parents, reduced work capacity, violation of thalamo-cortical connections and perfusion of the brain.  In all patients, PSP is accompanied by manifestations of asthenia in the form of irritability, capriciousness, increased fatigue, sleep disorders and tearfulness.  The use of psychocorrectional influences with PSP leads to an improvement in the working conditions of the brain due to the normalization of its perfusion, to the improvement of thalamo-cortical connections through the removal of overexcitation and functional blockade.  The inclusion of an actoprotector, a preparation of the Stimol's metabolic series, effectively eliminates the signs of asthenia found in the patients examined.  Complex use of the drug Stimol metabolic series and psychological methods of correction of psychosomatic pathology in children and adolescents accelerates the regression of clinical manifestations of asthenia and increases the effectiveness of treatment in 1.86 times.

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2018-02-12
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Mozgova, G., Beketova, G., & Lunov, V. (2018). Innovative approaches to the metabolic and psychological correction of psychosomatic pathology in children and adolescents. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 25(1), 14-22. Retrieved from https://farplss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/269

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