The fear of getting sick: going towards what you wanted to avoid

DOI: https://doi.org/10.48274/IBI2

Autore: Roberto Fabbroni (codice ORCID 0000-0001-5328-4412), Sergio Resta (codice ORCID 0000-0001-6950-0765), Antonio Sanna, Psicologo, Psicoterapeuta (IT)

Abstract

This work is part of the current socio-health context linked to the Covid-19 syndrome, generated by the SARS-CoV-2 virus and how the media flu leads and contributes to the production of many more pathological cases than those that the same virus would produce from only.
According to some schools of thought, the presence of the virus of the Coronavirus family is indisputable and, as happens every year, the consequent morbidity and seasonal mortality that accompanies it; in this study we highlight the negative contribution that the national and
international media generate and we note that this contribution is certainly greater than the damage itself produced by the pathological action of the virus.
In this regard, psychological research will help us that analyze the phenomenon called “the selffulfilling prophecy” and quantum physics that “sees”, in the consequences of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, “the observer who creates reality observing “.
Through what Psychology and Quantum Physics have been explaining for over 70 years, we can understand how media-generated fear helps people get sick from what they want to avoid, providing the immune system with weakening elements that confirm their fears.

Key Words:

Covid-19, self-fulfilling prophecy, observer who creates reality that observes, immune system. 

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Fabbroni, S. Resta, A. Sanna, The fear of getting sick: going towards what you wanted to avoid, Biophysical Science Magazine (11/2020),
DOI: https://doi.org/10.48274/IBI2

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