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  1. A practical treatise on those nervous diseases which are denominated hypochondriasis, or low spirits, and dyspepsia, or indigestion: Illustrated with numerous ... to invalids as to those of the profession by George Robert Rowe, 1841
  2. An essay on hypochondriasis by John B Dwerryhouse, 1812
  3. Theories and research in hypochondriasis (The C. Charles Burlingame, M.D. Award Lecture) by Robert Kellner, 1988
  4. The enchanted shirt by John Hay, 1889
  5. The healthy hypochondriac: Recognizing, understanding, and living with anxieties about our health by Richard Ehrlich, 1980

101. Hypochondria - New Jersey
hypochondria New Jersey - courtesy of Somerset Medical of Somerville, New Jersey.
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by Rick Alan Definition Causes Risk Factors ... Organizations
Hypochondria is a psychological disorder. In it, a person has real or imagined minor physical symptoms. The person believes that these symptoms are a sign of serious illness. Even when several doctors assure the person otherwise, a hypochondriac is convinced that he or she has a serious disease.
The cause is unknown.
Risk Factors
A risk factor is something that increases your chance of getting a disease or condition. Risk factors for hypochondria include:
  • Family history of hypochondria Psychiatric disorders such as depression anxiety , or personality disorder Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse in childhood Witnessing violence in childhood Stressful experience with your own or a loved one's illness Alcoholism
Symptoms include:
  • Chronic fear of serious illness Chronic fear that minor symptoms are signs of a serious illness Multiple physical complaints that often change over time The disorder:
    • Lasts at least 6 months Causes major distress Interferes with social life or work
    You may:
    • Make many doctor visits, sometimes in the same day

102. Chrononautic Log: Hypochondria
are there any medications proven to treat hypochondria? Do people with the disease also have other mental problems that are hand in hand with hypochondria?
Chrononautic Log
Transcontinental Main What Was The Matrix?
8 o'clock, June 1, 2003
SARS DVD s. And But I got my contrib copy of Say... what time is it?
Feel better. Enjoy your media. Greg van Eekhout 9:33 AM, Sunday, June 1, 2003
I hate summer colds. Feel better, ok? Jon 10:14 AM, Sunday, June 1, 2003
Doing my best. Thanks. David Moles 10:46 AM, Sunday, June 1, 2003
are there any medications proven to treat hypochondria? Do people with the disease also have other mental problems that are hand in hand with hypochondria?How do you live with someone with the disease? patrick 3:05 PM, Monday, November 3, 2003
these web sites
and see if any of them are useful. David Moles 3:53 PM, Monday, November 3, 2003
I have OCD, anxiety, and hypocondria. I would think that a hypocondriac probably has fear besides just health. Ask yourself these questions: "Am I afraid of spiders? Am I afraid of heights?" Those are two normal traits but not everyone has them. You might just be above average with levels of anxiety. Fear is often genetic. Anonymous 5:54 PM, Thursday, June 2, 2005

103. The Leading Disease Site On The Net
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104. Biondy Chopper Graphixx
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