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Last reviewed by: Aleksey Portnov , medical expert, on 10.01.2019

Hyperesthesia is not considered as an independent disease, but is one of the symptoms that accompanies other pathologies, in particular, diseases of the nervous system. It is an increase in the sensitivity of the skin, teeth. Also, in some cases, hyperesthesia implies excessive psychic reactivity, which is accompanied by irritability, aggressiveness, less often - crying, pain, discomfort along the nerves.

Often it is a consequence of the development of neuroses, damage to the spinal cord. It can be a sign of early stages of paralysis, neuralgia of different genesis and localization. They can arise spontaneously, or gradually build up in sensations. First, the pathology affects only the nerve endings, gradually the pain and discomfort extend to larger areas and can cover even the entire surface of the skin. The danger of this condition is that it can lead to the development of nervous exhaustion, which ends with severe mental or neurological diseases. Quite often, the exact cause of this condition can be difficult to establish.

Causes of the hyperesthesia

There can be many reasons, in addition, they are determined by the form of the disease. It is a consequence of neurological diseases, in particular, neuroses. In this case, as psychologists say, the origins of this problem should be sought in unresolved internal conflicts, the violation of interpersonal relations. Quite often sensitivity increases with asthenia, various forms of depression, apathy. The cause of this condition can serve as a nervous overstrain, physical fatigue, stress. Often occurs as a consequence of the transferred infectious, toxic and inflammatory diseases.

The skin reaction can develop with various mental illnesses, with polyneuropathies. Change in metabolic processes in the body, can also lead to increased sensitivity of the skin. In particular, increased sensitivity can develop in diabetes mellitus, various forms of uremia. To violation of skin sensitivity can lead to poisoning.

Especially negatively affects the inhalation of vapors of organic solvents, some acids and medications. Often is a consequence of severe internal intoxication or poisoning with toxic substances. It should be noted that often various sensitivities are caused by various systemic diseases. Especially it concerns inflammatory processes in joints, vessels. Various diseases that break the structure and elasticity of the skin, also lead to a violation of the sensitivity of the skin. Sensitivity can also increase if a person is in bed for a long time. Sensitivity increases significantly during pregnancy, with burns, injuries, and other skin damage.

Dental hyperesthesia can be caused by a violation of the structure of the tooth, thinning of the enamel, increased permeability and innervation of the gums. It also leads to caries, pulpitis or the formation of defects.

Risk factors

People who have suffered neuralgia, neuroses, mental and nervous diseases are at risk. Also, the risk of hyperesthesia increases significantly in people who are often exposed to stress, nervous, mental overexertion, muscle fatigue. People who suffer from chronic infectious diseases, as well as those who have suffered severe inflammations, sepsis, purulent-septic processes, paralysis are at risk.

Also, the risk of developing pathology increases significantly for those who get insufficient vitamin, who have inadequate nutrition. Also, people who are constantly working with toxic substances, harmful production factors, taking drugs, and also abusing alcohol, drugs are at risk. The risk of this pathology increases during pregnancy, during labor, after severe illnesses or after surgery. The sensitivity also increases in those who are in bed for a long time. The risk group includes people who are prone to allergic reactions, bacterial or parasitic invasion. People suffering from diabetes mellitus, the violation of metabolic processes are more at risk of hyperesthesia. Also, the risk is significantly increased for those who are not able to adequately assess the situation, is prone to interpersonal and internal conflicts.


First of all, the pathogenesis is caused by the disturbance of metabolic processes in the nervous tissue, as a result of which their degeneration and degeneration develop. Gradually, the ability of receptors to perceive the stimulus is violated and transmit it along the reflex arc to the corresponding parts of the brain. Gradually develop vegetative disorders, neurotic reactions.

In the event that the cause of hyperesthesia is infectious disease or the effect of toxic substances, there is a breakdown of myelin sheaths, edema of the nerve trunks. As a result, the degeneration of nerve fibers and the destruction of nerves develop. This leads to a violation of nerve conduction. Gradually, the sensitivity of the skin, tendons, and muscle tissue is disturbed. Particularly dangerous is a disorder or complete absence of tendon reflexes. This can lead to a decrease in muscle sensitivity, a complete atrophy of muscle tissue.


Hyperesthesia in 63% of cases is a consequence of the transferred infectious and inflammatory diseases. In about 16% of cases, the cause of hyperesthesia is meningitis, transmitted in childhood. Approximately 12% of cases develop against a background of increased allergization and sensitization of the body, in 14% of cases - against parasitic diseases, high degree of viral load. With infectious-toxic shock and sepsis, hyperesthesia develops in about 98% of cases. It is known that dental diseases in about 67% of cases are accompanied by an increase in tooth sensitivity. A psychotic form affects about 56% of people, 34% suffers from a cutaneous form of hyperesthesia, and only 10% falls on the dental form of pathology.


Symptoms are determined, first of all, by the form of pathology. If this is mental hyperesthesia, then it is characterized, first of all, by increased excitability, excessive activity. Man reacts too intensively to various external stimuli. Sometimes the heightened sensitivity can exhaust the mental processes so much that a person develops psychosomatic diseases, mental disorders. The most striking example is the case of insomnia, which people are exposed to as a result of increased psychic sensitivity.

For example, a person can be prevented from falling asleep by a ticking clock, dripping water from a tap, noise from neighbors. Some seem too harsh, even suffocating the smell of the usual cologne or perfume. As a result, another symptom may develop - emotional instability, in which a person loses the ability to control his emotions, becomes irritable, rude, unable to control his feelings, emotions.

With the dermal form of hyperesthesia, there is an increased sensitivity of the skin. This hypersensitivity is especially pronounced when touched, light wind blows. A person can not wear synthetic clothes because it irritates the skin. Hypersensitivity can be noted both on the entire body, and on individual parts of the body.

With tooth hyperesthesia, the sensitivity of teeth and gums increases. So, a person has a feeling of pain, discomfort when chewing, swallowing, talking, when touching the tooth. Also, there is pain when consuming hot or cold food.

The first signs depend on what kind of disease a person suffers from. So, if there is a mental form, the early signs are increased excitability and irritability of the person, alternating with aggressiveness and tearfulness. In this case, all forms of pathology are characterized by high variability and predominance of motor disorders, sensitivity disorders. As a rule, there are no other complaints. A person does not always notice a worsening state, it can be noticeable only to others. Thus, in a person with a mental form of hyperesthesia, memory may be disturbed, the reaction rate is significantly reduced. He can walk aimlessly for a long time, seek something, remember. At the same time, the reaction rate is significantly reduced.

With the cutaneous form of the disease, the first signs are a violation of the sensitivity of the skin. So, a sharp decrease or increase in sensitivity indicates pathologists. For example, a person can react too strongly to the slightest stimuli: light touches, breaths. Cold seems to the person chilling, hot and warm - scorching.

When the dental form develops an increased sensitivity, in which a person can not eat hot, cold. Intolerance of sweet and sour dishes is also noted. Pain from one site spreads quite quickly and covers the entire duration of the nerve fiber.

Hyperesthesia in children

The child most often a similar situation develops against the background of unfavorable situation in the family. Most often, hyperesthesia affects children whose parents are divorced, abuse alcohol. Unfavorable psychological climate in the family, constant quarrels, conflicts (even if they occur only between family members, not directly touching the child), lead to the fact that the child is in a state of constant neuropsychic stress and stress. This eventually leads to a functional impairment of the nervous system.

Gradually neuropsychic diseases develop, psychosomatic pathologies appear, which are difficult enough to be treated. Quite often against the background of this state, the child develops an inner conflict, which eventually develops into a neurosis. One of the symptoms of a neurosis requiring immediate treatment is an increase in sensitivity (of any form), the development of hyperactivity, a violation of behavior.


There are several stages in the development of pathology. The first stage is the initial stage, during which the initial lesions of the receptor take place, which perceives the stimulus. Thus the person still can not feel any pathologies. Mild disorders of sensitivity can develop, during which the person more acutely perceives even the slightest touch, blows with minimal frequency and intensity. Particularly difficult is the dental form of the pathology, in which a person can not eat certain dishes, cold and hot, because the sensitiveness gives off pain that spreads throughout the entire nerve.

At the second stage, pathological processes progress, as a result of which a person begins to react sharply to the slightest stimulus. The threshold of pain and tactile sensitivity is significantly increased.

In the third stage, the threshold of sensitivity and irritability is transmitted for the entire duration of the nerve, it can reach high thresholds. As a result, there is a nervous overexertion, the inflammation of the nerve can develop, which leads to the fact that a person practically does not rest, is constantly tense. Accordingly, gradually such a state can lead to the development of nervous and mental pathologies.


Depending on the nature of the course of the disease, three main forms of the disease are distinguished, in particular: mental, skin and dental hyperesthesia. At the psychical form of a pathology at the person the raised mental excitability, emotional instability, a constant irritability is observed.

With the cutaneous form of hyperesthesia, skin sensitivity increases, with dental, respectively, increases, tooth sensitivity, which is manifested by pain and discomfort. Especially intensively, these manifestations are observed with the use of hot, cold food, when you touch the tooth.

Hyperesthesia of the skin 

Hyperesthesia of the skin means an increased sensitivity of the skin, which is a variant of pathology. Even minor irritations can cause an excessive reaction. In most cases, this pathology develops as a result of damage to the nervous system, or its excessive tension. Often this pathology is caused by the transferred infectious or inflammatory diseases.

Can be local or generalized. The sensitivity can be increased at one particular site, or at once on several. Sometimes an increase in sensitivity occurs immediately on the entire body.

At the heart of pathogenesis is a violation of the sensitivity of nerve endings, localized to the skin. This is most often observed against the background of pathological lesions of the skin, in particular, with burns, chemical irritation, the development of the infectious process, psoriasis, shingles. Often the sensitivity increases against the background of dermatitis, allergic reactions, neuritis, radiculitis.

Of particular interest is the central form of hyperesthesia, which is accompanied by increased sensitivity and excitability of nerve cells localized in the central nervous system. With this form of pathology, several parts of the skin are affected at once. Also quite often there are several combined forms of hyperesthesia, which smoothly flow one into another, or alternately appear. Such forms of pathology most often develop against the background of transferred infectious diseases. Especially often such a pathology is observed after the meningitis transferred, as well as against the background of the development of various tumors, both benign and malignant. Also often the cause is drug use, alcohol abuse, or long-term use of certain medicines.

There are several forms of cutaneous hyperesthesia. Quite often you have to face a thermal variant of such pathology. It is characterized by increased sensitivity of the skin to cold and heat. Even an irritant with a minimum exposure force can cause a very strong reaction. Usually it is localized at the site of the stimulus and is manifested by pain. Less common throughout the body or along the nerve.

It is impossible not to note a form such as polyesthesia. In this case, a single stimulus is perceived by man as a multiple stimulus, which acts immediately on several zones and areas of the body. In this case the pain is usually amplified many times, and does not correspond to the applied force of influence. Feelings last quite a long time.

There is also a form such as hyperpathy, in which patients complain of a violation of trophic processes in the skin and subcutaneous tissue. So, a person has an excessive irritating dryness, in which the skin is peeling, there are foci of inflammation and tightness, a sharp itch, which often alternates with pain.

With this form of pathology of skin sensitivity, like dermographism, there is pain in the place of touch, which is replaced by fasting with a red or white spot that does not disappear for a long time.

In order to correctly diagnose, you need to undergo a neurological examination. In this case, skin tests are usually performed. In the area where the susceptibility is allegedly impaired, light injections are performed using a sharp object, then the indicators are recorded. Also, additional touching is made to the skin with varying degrees of pressure. In some cases, cold and hot test tubes are applied to the skin. If there is a suspicion of the development of hyperesthesia of central origin, resort to diagnosis by magnetic resonance imaging. If suspected of exposure to toxic substances, it is necessary to conduct a toxicological study of the blood.

Specific methods of treatment and prevention do not exist. In some cases, analgesics, antihistamines, drugs aimed at reducing the excitability of the nervous system are used. As the only preventive measure, timely treatment of manifestations and getting rid of bad habits can be considered.

Hyperesthesia of enamel, necks, hard tissues of teeth

When the tooth enamel is broken, the sensitivity increases, which is due to the fact that the particles of the substance penetrate the inside of the tooth and cause irritation of the nerve. As a result, pain reaction occurs, or discomfort appears. Most often a person reacts to cold or hot influences. This is the so-called temperature sensitivity. Also, the reaction to sweet is particularly acute. Usually, this sensitivity is helped by special toothpastes designed for sensitive teeth.

Nodular hyperesthesia is an increased sensitivity that develops in the region of the neck of the tooth. This is a place in which a fairly high level of innervation. A lot of nerves come up here, so at the slightest contact with them, discomfort develops, less often pain. It is necessary to consult a doctor. It may be necessary to sanitize the oral cavity. Less often, special medical or orthopedic manipulations are required to reduce pain sensitivity.

Often develops hypersensitivity as a result of damage to hard tissues in the tooth. This leads to the fact that microorganisms, food particles penetrate into the tooth, resulting in irritation of the receptive receptors of the dental tissue. Pain can spread to other areas. In this case, the main source of pain, as a rule, is lost.

Mental hyperesthesia

The reason for the development of the mental form of this pathology is the violation of the state of the central or peripheral nervous system, the increased sensitivity of receptors that perceive the stimulus. It usually develops against a background of nervous overstrain, stress, overwork, a lot of unresolved problems, conflicts. The consequence is most often a vegetative neurosis, which is accompanied by a disease of various organs and tissues. The cause is organic disorders in the autonomic nervous system, or as a result of a violation of its functional state. In this case, in most cases, with an objective examination of the lesion of the nervous system is not observed, there is only a violation of its function.

In a normal state, the nervous system is represented by a complex of interconnected cells that provide innervation of all organs and systems of the body, blood and lymph vessels, glands. In pathology, the functioning of all organs goes out of the control of the nervous system, as a result of which the basic processes are not subject to human control. As a rule, functional disturbance of the hypothalamus is observed, since this is the main center that processes signals coming from the receptors. If its function is violated, signal processing becomes incorrect, resulting in erroneous reactions.

As a rule, an increase in sensitivity is also accompanied by other concomitant pathologies, such as increased metabolic processes, an increase in the level of excitability of tissues. In this case, the body mobilizes all the forces and directs them to active work, even when a person rests. The regulation of functions during sleep is disturbed, the ability to restore energy reserves of the body decreases. Gradually, violations concern the behavior of a person, his personal characteristics.

Hyperesthesia of face and head

This is one of the varieties of the mental form of hyperesthesia. As a rule, it is accompanied by a violation of nervous regulation. At the same time, the organic structure of the nervous system is within normal limits, only the functional state is disrupted. It can occur under the influence of various factors, both exogenous and endogenous origin. The disorder of the nervous system can be caused by various pathological conditions. In particular, the cause may be a recently transferred infectious disease, an inflammatory process. Often, hyperesthesia of the face and head leads to various dental diseases, damage to the trigeminal nerve.

Often manifested by a complex of symptoms, which also include intense headache, dizziness. In this case, there may be changes in blood pressure, suddenly there may be nausea, vomiting. Severe forms of the disease are often accompanied by pain in the joints and muscles, symptoms of intoxication of the body. The hearing may fall, the sight may be disturbed.

There are several forms of this pathology. In the vegetative-cutaneous form of pathology, the sensitivity of the facial skin increases dramatically. The skin acquires a blue shade, becomes marbled. Often there is severe itching, the skin becomes dry, or vice versa, excessively moisturized.

In the vegetative-trophic form of the disease, trophic mimic muscles, skin are broken, wrinkles are formed, the structure and sensitivity of the skin is disturbed. Over time, itching can develop, trophic ulcers, eczema.

The reasons for this state can be many. It can be individual features of the body, the consequences of the transferred diseases and pathological conditions, exposure to prolonged stress or overexertion, trauma and various mechanical damages. Often the cause is grief associated with the loss of loved ones, or excessive fatigue, constant lack of sleep.

Sensory hyperesthesia

The essence of this pathology consists in the increased, excessive perception of sensory stimuli and increased sensitivity to them. So, a person can perceive the usual, habitual for him sound as too loud, irritating and disrupting a normal mental state. Visual images can be perceived as too bright, contrasting. Quite often, even the usual familiar smell becomes harsh, suffocating, causes a lot of negative reactions.

Hyperesthesia of the pharynx

The danger of this condition is that a person has an increased sensitivity of the pharynx, in which a person feels that he suffocates, he does not have enough air. Pseudostenocardia may develop, pseudo-obstruction. Often the act of swallowing is disturbed. Along with this, violations of other visceral functions also occur, in particular, peristalsis and intestinal motility may be disrupted, bile outflow is disturbed, bladder function is disrupted, stool is broken. This leads to a general disturbance of metabolic processes in the body, as a result of which pathology can progress and acquire a different form. Often hyperesthesia begins with an increase in the reaction of the pharynx, and subsequently, becomes common, spreads to the entire body.

Vegetative-allergic symptom is a rather dangerous variety of this pathology. This is also a rather dangerous condition, which can result in Quinck's swelling or anaphylactic shock. Less dangerous manifestations of this symptom are pathologies such as allergic rhinitis, food allergies, urticaria.

Hyperesthesia of the legs

Appears in the form of hypersensitivity to the legs. It can be accompanied by swelling, a violation of normal blood circulation. Stagnant phenomena often develop. Usually appears against the background of a common neurosis. At the same time, signs of neurasthenia appear first. Often such violations are observed against the background of brain injuries, or injuries to the limbs.

Hyperaesthesia of the cornea

This condition, as a rule, begins with conjunctivitis, increased sensitivity of the eye to the effect of external stimuli. Quite often there is a sensation of a foreign body in the eye. Complication is a violation of vision, a violation of the structure of the eye.

Diagnostics of the hyperesthesia

In order to diagnose hyperesthesia, it is advisable to consult a neurologist. You can contact the local therapist who will refer you to the right specialist.

First, a thorough study of a person's anamnesis is carried out. In this case, the diagnostic significance can have both an anamnesis of life, and an anamnesis of the disease. For example, as a result of an anamnesis of life, the doctor can establish the presence in the human environment of such factors or conditions that lead to the development of hypersensitivity. For example, if a person works with toxic substances, it can be assumed that they are the reason for the development of hypersensitivity. A person who has a history of allergic diseases, initially has a tendency to increased sensitivity due to excessive sensitization of the body. If a person has a dental disease, this can lead to the development of dental hyperesthesia.

Important information can be obtained in the study of anamnesis of the disease. It is important how long ago, in connection with what factors the disease began. It is necessary to know what factors increase sensitivity, which, on the contrary, reduce. After the anamnesis is analyzed, the doctor conducts a patient interview, as well as an objective examination that allows you to obtain the necessary information about the patient's physical, mental state.

Neurological examination is important, during which the main reflexes are checked, the condition of skin sensitivity is assessed, the degree of preservation of vision, hearing, and smell is determined. You may need to consult a psychiatrist, a psychologist. In this case, various methods and questionnaires are often used to determine the current mental, emotional state of a person. In the course of a psychological survey, it is important to establish the characteristics of interpersonal and interpersonal relationships.

Based on the results of this diagnosis, a more detailed analysis of complaints is made, a detailed examination of the anamnesis. It is important to understand how long ago, and in connection with what factors this change in sensitivity occurred. Equally important is the information about which event preceded such changes. The results of laboratory and instrumental studies may be required.


If a woman has been admitted to the reception, it is necessary first of all to exclude pregnancy, as often the sensitivity rises precisely against the background of pregnancy. In the absence of pregnancy, additional tests may be needed, in particular, aimed at studying the hormonal background, as hormonal disorders can also lead to a violation of metabolic processes, an increase in nervous excitability. As a result, sensitivity increases.

It is important to pass a clinical and biochemical blood test. When analyzing blood, the diagnostic value may be the level of glucose in the blood, as well as urea, creatinine. Quite often, toxicological tests are carried out, which allow detecting toxic substances in the blood that cause a sensitivity disorder.

Clinical analysis can show the general orientation of pathological processes in the body. So, the increase in red blood cells can indicate the development of malignant process, erythropoiesis, diseases of the hematopoiesis system. Often develop secondary erythremia, which are a consequence of hypoxia, ventilation deficiency. To clarify the diagnosis, designate additional methods of investigation. Often all resort to instrumental methods.

A high level of dehydration can also lead to a disruption of normal skin sensitivity. A sign of dehydration is a sharp decrease in the level of red blood cells, which will inevitably show a clinical blood test. With bleeding and intoxication, degenerative processes, there may be a change in the morphological structure of red blood cells. Thus, the basophilic granularity of erythrocytes is often a sign of bleeding and poisoning.

Informative may be the study of the leukocyte formula. An increase in the number of eosinophils indicates allergic processes, mucosal dystrophy, pathological processes in the skin and subcutaneous tissue, glands of internal and external secretion. Also, the increase in erythrocytes may indicate the development of parasitic and hidden infections, which also significantly change the sensitivity of the skin.

Platelets indicate the condition of the circulatory system, the characteristics of blood clotting, can indicate latent bleeding and the presence of an active inflammatory process. Reduction of leukocytes can occur against a background of muscle fatigue, the introduction of foreign protein, nervous and temperature effects, starvation and hypotension, which often affects the skin and neuropsychiatric conditions and leads to a violation of sensitivity.

Be sure to pay attention to the leukocyte formula, the level of leukocytes, lymphocytes. So, an increase in the number of leukocytes in the blood can indicate acute inflammatory and infectious diseases, the development of intoxication, the action of corticosteroids, adrenaline, histamines and some homeopathic remedies that lead to a sharp change in sensitivity. Sensitivity can be violated and with tissue necrosis, myocardial infarction, thrombosis, gangrene, burns, inflammation with the formation of purulent exudate. This can also be recognized by increasing the number of leukocytes in the blood and shifting the leukocyte formula to the left.

Based on clinical analysis, you can get only an approximate idea of the pathologies that occur in the body. But this allows the doctor to accurately determine the direction of pathological processes in the body and to select an accurate study that will later allow us to establish the exact cause of the sensitivity disorder and to diagnose it.

For example, if a doctor suspects the development of a viral infection, he can prescribe a number of virologic, immunobiological and serological responses. Based on the results of these studies, it is possible to determine the degree of viral load, the species composition and the degree of viral activity. An analysis of hidden infections will provide an opportunity to identify a latent infection. The danger of this infection is that it can be asymptomatic. This causes various pathological processes in the body, which are accompanied by an effect on the nervous system, change the sensitivity and reactivity of the organism.

If there is a suspicion of a bacterial infection, sepsis, dysbacteriosis, you need to conduct an additional bacteriological study, an analysis for dysbiosis, or microbiological screening.

Often, doctors carry out a detailed immunogram, the results of which will give a more detailed idea of the processes occurring in the human body.

If suspected of fungal diseases, invasive processes, conduct a study of scraping from the skin, mucous membranes.

Instrumental diagnostics

If it is necessary to obtain clarifying data, an instrumental study may be required. In particular, the main method of investigation is electroneuromyography, which makes it possible to estimate the speed of impulses within the nerve fiber, makes it possible to evaluate the activity of muscle fibers, and also to determine signs of nerve damage.

Differential diagnosis

The basis for differential diagnosis is the need to clearly separate the symptoms of hyperesthesia from manifestations of other diseases that have similar signs. It is also necessary to clearly define the variety of hyperesthesia, its shape. This may require consulting a psychiatrist or a psychologist. They will help to exclude or confirm the mental form of hyperesthesia, which is associated with nervous overexertion, increased mental excitability. Often this increase in sensitivity is a consequence of the development of neurosis, depression. Also they will help to find out the exact cause of the pathology development, if necessary, assign additional methods of investigation.

To diagnose the dermal form of hyperesthesia, a neurologist will be consulted, who will conduct the necessary skin tests aimed at detecting the sensitivity of the skin and identifying its disorders.

With the dental form of hyperesthesia, a consultation of the dentist will be required, which will determine the state of the teeth, tooth enamel and gums, and on this basis will conclude whether there is a violation of the structure of the tooth, or we can talk about hyperesthesia.

With a cutaneous form of the pathology, it may be necessary to consult a dermatologist and an allergist who will help to eliminate or confirm allergic, skin and other diseases. If these diseases are not identified, we can talk about hyperesthesia.

Laboratory testing, instrumental methods may be required. They can give a more accurate picture. Thus, clinical and biochemical blood tests, urinalysis are of great importance. From instrumental methods, electroneuromyography is used, which allows to estimate the speed of the nerve impulse along the nerve fiber. This makes it possible to draw conclusions about the integrity or disruption of the structure of the nervous tissue.

Treatment of the hyperesthesia

Hyperesthesia can be prevented if a person complies with psycho-hygiene at home and in the family. It is necessary to maintain a favorable microclimate, to timely resolve conflict and ambiguous situations at home and at work. Consultations of the psychologist are important. It is necessary to find time for relaxation, to apply for relaxation various meditative, respiratory practices, exercise, physical activity. It is important to lead a healthy lifestyle and avoid nerve and mental pathologies, overstrain. It is important to have a rest in a timely manner, periodically divert from work, take a vacation. It is necessary to undergo preventive examinations and promptly treat the diagnosed diseases .

Complications and consequences

If hyperesthesia is not treated, neurological and mental disorders can develop. Up to complete social disadaptation. Violated in the first place, social and labor adaptation of man. In addition, severe emotional depression, depression may develop. Some have suicidal or manic thoughts, obsessions.


If the treatment is started in a timely manner, hyperesthesia can have a favorable prognosis, and will pass for the body practically without a trace. If this condition is not treated, complications can develop in the form of neurological or mental diseases.

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