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Psychological Effect In Kidney Stones

Kidney stone is a popular ailment that grasps anyone despite his age or environment. This ailment is a highly a problematic one in which a patient tends to get severely painful attacks. A kidney stone is a hard mass that develops when crystals separate from the urine and build up on the inner surface of the kidney. Normally urine contains chemicals in it which prevents formation of crystals. It has been found that this mechanism doesn't work properly in individuals who form kidney stones.

Kidney stones are no doubt a common physical disorder in which a patient gets stones in his kidneys or in the urinary tract. The problem gets critical when a stone block the urinary tract, at this time the moment becomes really and severely problematic and patient complains about problem in urination even getting blood in urine is also a common symptom. Despite the physical problem, psychological factor is seen to be playing a major role. A patient undertaking any treatment is required to be psychologically and sentimentally prepared. Complete treatment of a sick person with soul not so object is not possible.

Aside from seeking appropriate medical attention for a chronic condition, one needs to go through a process of psychological adaptation. If that is successful, there will be a better chance of recovery, and the course of illness will be easier to bear. If it is not successful, the condition will be adversely affected, and the suffering will increase.

Psychological impotence generally stems from fear, chronic stress, worry, anger or frustration. This type of impotence often develops from "performance anxiety" - a man's fear that he won't be able to get relief even after the treatment. Chronic stress caused by job, marriage or financial difficulties also can cause impotence. Taking light massage is also a good stress reliever that affects the psychology of the patient and helps him to get well soon.

By: Harry Davidson