posted by admin on Nov 30

Whereas the psychosomatic symptoms of stage one have predictability about them, the psychosomatic symptoms of stage three are unpredictable. The symptoms of stage one, either symbolic symptoms or symptoms resulting from a predictable response to anxiety, are produced by the normal functioning of the body’s warning mechanisms and by normal patterns of adaptation to the anxiety response.
However, the psychosomatic symptoms of stage three are due to malfunction of conditioned reflexes and the symbolic symptoms of stage three are due to malfunction of the brain’s self-protecting mechanisms.
Because the psychosomatic symptoms of stage three arise as the result of malfunction of conditioned reflexes, the body’s functions may be seriously hampered, and the person in stage three stress breakdown can become seriously ill.

Let us look at stage three symptoms in these two categories.
1.  Symptoms due to malfunction of conditioned reflexes.
2.  Symptoms due to conversion.

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