There is no need to fight with psychosomatics, why build an enemy for yourself first, and then look for ways to overcome it? First, you need to understand the mechanisms of the formation of psychosomatics in the conditioned reflex models of I.M. Sechenov and I.P. Pavlova, then learn the techniques of self-hypnosis and self-regulation and develop the skills of positive thinking
In general, there are a lot of methods of struggle. It all depends on how you manifest those other psychosomatic symptoms, as well as under what circumstances. Everything can be very simple. For example, if you feel bad on the subway in hot weather - buy thermal water. A jet in the face and you will reach your station. It may be more difficult - a feeling of suffocation, severe nausea for no reason. I know the following methods: 1. A set of vitamins rich in group B. For example, neuromultivitis. 2. If you drink coffee, refuse. At least for a week. 3. Mint tea + chamomile is the theme. Seriously. And also, an infusion of St. John's wort 4. Light gymnastics. It became bad at work or at home or elsewhere - go to the toilet, knead your neck, shoulders and back. 5. Yoga. Unambiguously and regularly. Now, by the way, the free yoga season in the parks is open. 6. Massage Well, to be honest: all this somatic grows legs from the head, from the unsaid and so on. If it is very tough - look for a psychologist. This is completely normal, just a person needs help sometimes.
You need to know that medicines for all diseases are inside a person. You just need to be able to open them. Doctors are aware of such cases when a person, on the verge of life and death, was saved thanks to love or an extraordinary zeal to live.
An experienced psychologist can help a person to cure a mental illness in a short time. The best trainings are group trainings. So a person will not only recover faster, but will also acquire many acquaintances.
In such a situation, the role of loved ones is important. Who, if not they, should support a person in difficult situations? The most important thing is not to put pressure on the patient. You don’t need to say things like “You just don’t want to do anything” or “You have nothing, you made it all up yourself.” You need to understand that a person is already in a bad way, and if loved ones reproach him, he will fall into an even deeper depression or commit suicide. It is necessary to surround a person with care, and only then he will begin to slowly but surely recover. It would be ideal to take the patient to nature or on vacation. This will give him strength.
You can start going to the gym, fitness club, as muscle tension stimulates the brain to produce its own pleasure hormones.
You need to avoid vitamin deficiency, eat chocolate (scientists have already long ago found that eating sweets improves mood). Also shown are foods containing serotonin precursors (milk, legumes, bananas, nuts, brittle cheese).