psychosomatic reaction

psychosomatic reaction

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The initial assessment was that the patient was just having a psychosomatic reaction (PSR), a benign psychological reaction to the stress triggered by the domestic quarrel, a severe anxiety reaction.
Adelaide's Lament, where she consulted a medical book that tells her that the chronic cold she suffers is a psychosomatic reaction to her frustration with Nathan's failure to marry her was, in my opinion, one of the highlights of the show.
Taylor sniffs her way triumphantly through "Adelaide's Lament," reflecting a psychosomatic reaction to Nathan's failure to commit, and leads the Hot Box dancers in a jaunty rendition of "A Bushel and a Peck".
In Monikova's work trauma manifests itself in hysteria, a psychosomatic reaction to trauma revealed in linguistic and physical mimicry at the level of bodies and text.
I always get a kind of psychosomatic reaction from music that has to do with the logic of the patterns and systems of rhythm, and I aim for that in my work.