Crohn's disease & psyche

Can stress or emotional stress make Crohn's disease worse? And how do you best handle the mental stress yourself? More in this chapter.

Is the risk of mental disorders increased in Crohn's disease?

In connection with Crohn's disease, mental stress can occur, which can sometimes lead to serious disorders. However, this is not an inevitable development. Psychic stability is the decisive factor here.

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Can emotional factors influence the course of Crohn's disease?

Presumably, psychosocial factors can influence the course of Crohn's disease. For example, depression or depression, anxiety or persistent stress that is perceived as stress are considered risk factors for an acute episode.

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What options are there to treat mental stress and disorders in Crohn's disease?

Woman - depression - Crohn's disease

First, it is important to recognize the psychological effects of Crohn's disease. This means for you: Talk about it, if you have the impression that the illness has a "threatening" effect on your psyche.

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