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It's All in Your Head - Winner Welcome Book Prize 2016

It's All in Your Head - Winner Welcome Book Prize 2016
It's All in Your Head - Winner Welcome Book Prize 2016
It's All in Your Head - Winner Welcome Book Prize 2016
Pauline first became ill when she was fifteen. What seemed to be a urinary infection became joint pain, then life-threatening appendicitis. This book takes us on a journey into the very real world of psychosomatic illness, in which the author finds the secrets we are all capable of keeping from ourselves.
Our Price: €10.95
Retail Price€11.53
ISBN/EAN9780099597858
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Publisher: RANDOM HOUSE AUSTRALIA
Pub. Date: April 14 2016
Author: O'SULLIVAN, DR. SUZANNE
Format: Paperback
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Pauline first became ill when she was fifteen. What seemed to be a urinary infection became joint pain, then life-threatening appendicitis. After a routine operation Pauline lost all the strength in her legs. Shortly afterwards, convulsions started. But Pauline's tests are normal: her symptoms seem to have no physical cause whatsoever. This may be an extreme case, but Pauline is not alone. As many as a third of people visiting their GP have symptoms that are medically unexplained. In most, an emotional root is suspected which is often the last thing a patient wants to hear and a doctor to say. We accept our hearts can flutter with excitement and our brows can sweat with nerves, but on this journey into the very real world of psychosomatic illness, Suzanne O'Sullivan finds the secrets we are all capable of keeping from ourselves.
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