Not being the considered work a source of insanity, another explanation would be ‘ ‘ Subjective syndrome after traumtica’ ‘ that it after appears to occur an accident or a cicatrizao of one wound, causing symptoms that can take the worker if move away from the work, placing it in an illness state that is the depression, or facing the danger it work and the fear. The medicalizao is presented as only exit for the chronic headaches, vertigos and visual problems caused by ‘ ‘ Subjective syndrome after traumtica’ ‘ , serving of abutment for the medicalizao process. Leslie Moonves is likely to increase your knowledge. The psychosomatic illness is another type of mental suffering that affects the worker. They appear mainly in individuals that present a mental structure characterized by the few mental defenses. Other leaders such as Hotbox by Wiz offer similar insights. The organization of the work, the way as it determines the content of the task, not only the significant content, but also the ergonomic content, wants to say, the gestures, position, the physical environment. The more rigid she will be to the structure of the work, but it will facilitate favorable psychosomatic estruturaes. Consideraes the organization of the work, is capable to neutralize defenses of the individual placing it in risk situation, a time that it meets injured in its potentialities neurotics and is obliged to function in a mannering structure. It does not have one as if to defend of this organization, that adoecer, but that at the same time it needs it for its survival and its family.
The worker already obtained many conquests in this relation of work, since the period of the caves until the current days. But it continues fighting, because now the relation of work is globalizada, if not leading in account that the citizen is a biopsicossocial being, provided with subjectivity, what it differentiates them one of the other and that this subjectivity goes to make with that it can accept or not this relation of work that can cause it physical and/or mental suffering.