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HOW YOUR MIND MAY MAKE YOU Ill

A study of mucous colitis patients made at Massachusetts General Hospital showed that 92 percent of them were harried by worry and emotional strain. One man had a colitis attack every day for two months on his way to work. When questioned, he explained that his easy-going boss had been replaced just two months before by an efficiency expert. A change in his own job cured him.
For years it has been known that anger can send our blood pressure skyrocketing. And now doctors suspect that a prolonged state of anger bottled up inside ourselves is often responsible for "essential hypertension," a form of chronic high blood pressure which has no apparent physical cause. Researchers have studied hundreds of essential-hypertension patients, and find that they tend to have the same character traits. On the surface these people appear to be typical Caspar Milquetoasts. But a fierce resentment usually smolders beneath this submissive facade. When shown how to release pent-up emotions their blood pressure drops like a plummet.
One meek little man, who belonged to a turbulent labor union, suffered from high blood pressure only during times of industrial peace. The moment a strike was declared and he could release his buried anger by shouting insults at strike-breakers, his blood pressure went down to normal.
A study of roo tuberculous patients revealed that those who were emotionally disturbed had a swifter form of the disease than those free of strain. Other studies have shown that many cases of diabetes have suffered from severe emotional shock; that arthritic attacks frequently run parallel to acute mental upsets; that worry can accelerate tooth decay. There are many diseases still to be explored.
Dr. Dunbar and her assistants treated 121 patients with heart trouble and spent from one to 36 hours with each of them, discussing their emotional difficulties and pointing out ways of living that would bring them peace. The genuinely damaged hearts were not miraculously repaired, but in nearly every case the painful symptoms ceased. Furthermore, the records of patients followed up for several years show no recurrence of attacks.

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