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A tanulmány célja az akne pszichoszociális jellemzőinek áttekintése. A betegség biomedikális szakirodalma bőséges, kezelésében is inkább ez a szemlélet érhető tetten. Ugyanakkor a kutatási eredmények arra hívják fel a figyelmet, hogy az érintettek élményeinek mélyebb megértése, a betegséggel való együttélés támogatása, az életminőség emelése komplexebb, biopszichoszociális keretben valósulhat meg hatékonyabban. A tanulmány sorra veszi azokat az ismereteket, amelyek jól példázzák, hogy az aknéval élők életminősége milyen mértékben, s milyen területeken érintődik leginkább, s próbálja felvázolni azokat a pszichológiai és pszichofiziológiai folyamatokat, amelyek az interakciók hátterében állhatnak. Kitér a mentális zavarok (depresszió, szorongás) gyakori előfordulására, a testkép negatív érintettségére, a stigma élményére, valamint a lehetséges társas következményekre. Ismerteti a streszszel kapcsolatos eredményeket és fő mechanizmusokat, az életmóddal kapcsolatos, legrelevánsabb kérdéseket, valamint felhívja a figyelmet az egyéni kezelési tervek és pszichológiai intervenciók fontosságára. Az áttekintő tanulmány a komplex, biopszichoszociális kezelés szükségessége melletti érveléssel zárul, s felvázolja azokat a területeket, ahol a pszichológusoknak vagy más, mentális egészséggel (is) foglalkozó szakembereknek kiemelt feladatai lehetnek.

This study aims to review the psychosocial characteristics of acne vulgaris. The biomedical literature on the disease is abundant, and the treatment of the disease tends to follow this approach. However, the scientific results point to the fact that a deeper understanding of the experience of the affected person, support for coping with the disease, and enhancement of quality of life can be achieved more effectively in a complex biopsychosocial framework. The paper reviews the evidence that illustrates the extent to which the quality of life of people with acne is most affected and in what areas and attempts to outline the psychological and psychophysiological processes that may underlie these interactions. It addresses the prevalence of mental disorders (depression, anxiety), the negative impact on body image, the experience of stigma, and the possible social consequences. It describes the findings and central mechanisms of stress and the most relevant lifestyle issues and highlights the importance of individual treatment plans and psychological interventions. The review concludes by attempting to argue for the need for complex, biopsychosocial treatment and outlines areas where psychologists or other mental health professionals may have a priority role to play.

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Founder Végeken Egézséglélektani Alapítvány
Founder's
Address
H-1089 Budapest, Hungary Nagyvárad tér 4.
Publisher Akadémiai Kiadó
Publisher's
Address
H-1117 Budapest, Hungary 1516 Budapest, PO Box 245.
Responsible
Publisher
Chief Executive Officer, Akadémiai Kiadó
ISSN 1419-8126 (Print)
ISSN 1786-3759 (Online)

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