Relaxing medicine will be better

Relaxing medicine will be better

As the saying goes, good words are better than good medicine.

The correct speech behavior of doctors has a benign suggestive effect. It has unique healing power for patients, can complement each other with drugs, and help patients recover quickly. This is the “psychological effect of drugs”.

The reason is that the patient’s trust in the expert from the bottom of his heart, coupled with the expert’s good working attitude, explained the disease clearly, and implicitly produced a suggestive effect, which played a magical effect.

If a patient has a drug of distrust, even if it is indeed a symptomatic medicine, it may have little effect after use.

As a result, trusted drugs often receive unexpected results after use.

This is why some doctors prescribe even “placebos” to patients, and the results are quite good.

  In addition, psychological imbalances can lead to a series of dysfunction in the cerebral cortical dysregulation, making it difficult for drugs to exert their effects.

In particular, the function of the hypertension tract is affected by emotional penetration, excessive tension, anxiety, depression and other adverse emotions can interfere with the physiological function of the insulin tract.

Studies have shown that the emotional quality directly affects the peristalsis, emptying and absorption function of the turbo-channel, and the gastric emptying time of the depressed person is delayed, while worrying, the gastrointestinal tract peristalsis is accelerated and the emptying time is shortened when over-excited.

Generally, the site of drug absorption is in the small intestine. After taking the drug, the length of gastric emptying time makes the drug reach the small intestine more or less quickly, which will affect the drug absorption and plasma concentration, so the effect is not good.

  Understanding this is good for both the doctor and the patient.

When treating a patient, a doctor should understand the patient’s psychological condition in detail, try to meet the patient’s psychological needs, and increase the patient’s trust in the doctor.

As a patient, you should maintain an optimistic mood, an open mind, and full confidence in order to make the drug play a better effect.