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The only reference to anything coming close to psychiatry is in the section on the heart where anger and sadness are discussed. The Egyptians understood that anger and sadness caused body diseases in the heart.
See also: Church ministers were first psychiatrists: Historically, the very first psychiatrists (lit: "doctors of the soul") were church ministers until a secular takeover by chemical psychiatrists forced Christians out of their God given role as councilors of people with behaviour problems using the Bible as their guide.
In 1550 BC, the Egyptians wrote a book of medicine.
It is likely a copy of a much older book, but it is quite fascinating to realize just how much the ancients knew about the human body and various diseases.
While the cures were no better than a witches brew with "eye of newt", they did understand the various diseases.
Open for Business: If a man’s chest and torso are unobstructed by his arms, he’s feeling open, both physically and mentally, to the woman he’s looking at or interacting with. Buff Behavior: When a man sucks in his stomach, puffs out his chest, stands as tall as his stature will allow, and flexes his muscles, he’s doing his utmost to appear as robust and buff as possible.
This is his attempt to seem fit for doing business with the woman he considers to be a hot item.
Gender Enlightenment: Chest inflation, stomach tucking, shoulder squaring, and swaggering indicate sexual interest in a flirting context. Couple these physical fixups with other interest cues and a woman can confidently assume that he likes her.
One of the premier body language experts in the country, Tonya Reiman is a Fox News Channel contributor and has appeared on Good Morning America, Today, Inside Edition, and Extra, among other television programs.
She has contributed to dozens of publications, including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, USA TODAY, Glamour, Time, and The Wall Street Journal.
The author of The Power of Body Language, she lives with her family on Long Island, New York. I don’t know, and frankly, I’d like to leave that between him and the woman he’s interested in.
What I am certain of is this: if a man wants to let a woman know that his jewels are valuable and worth sharing, he’ll put his hands in his pockets or hook his thumbs into his belt and point to his genitals. They might also be perched on his hips to make him appear larger and more attractive/intimidating.