Numerous studies have already shown that mental health affects the physical.
Stress can cause a variety of skin changes that are anything but not aesthetically pleasing. These changes cause extra stress and the person is then very easy to find in a vicious circle from which hard to get out.
According to the survey, whose results were published in the journal of the American Psychological Association, stress, anxiety and depression, and other psychological problems, can cause problems with the health of the skin and increase the risk of acne, pimples, psoriasis, eczema, pain and burning sensation.
Research has shown that a large number of people, who runs a long battle with acne and pimples, feels relief after seek psychological help.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, for example, proved to be highly effective in the treatment of dermatological conditions, as well as meditation.
The skin is the largest organ of the body and its appearance undoubtedly affect psychological health.
Some of the first symptoms of anxiety and stress can show just the on the skin.
Previous studies have shown that people who are under chronic stress, have an increased risk of premature occurrence of signs of aging.
In addition, as the stress increases the risk of dermatological problems, research has shown that increases the risk of other diseases, especially diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular diseases.