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When Should You Get Help For Your Symptom-Googling Habit?


Refinery29 - Jun 14, 2017
What we call "hypochondria" actually has many names: hypochondriasis, health anxiety, illness anxiety disorder, to name a few. And recent research shows that, with Google in our pockets, the condition is only becoming more common — and complex.
 

Physical illness without a physical disease


The Herald - Jun 7, 2017
Illness anxiety disorder: formerly called hypochondriasis. People with this type of disorder are preoccupied with a concern that they have a serious disease. They may believe that minor complaints are signs of very serious medical problems. For example ...
 

How To Manage Hypochondriasis


Deadspin - Feb 15, 2016
The nomenclature has changed, with “hypochondriasis” being replaced with “Somatic Symptom Disorder” and “Illness Anxiety Disorder,” but the sometimes crippling nature of the disorder remains. To criticize a hypochondriac for his or her hypochondria ...
 

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Illness Anxiety Disorder (Hypochondriasis) Illustration - Woody Allen


This clip from Hannah and Her Sisters can be used to illustrate Illness Anxiety Disorder (which was called Hypochondriasis in the DSM-IV-TR). In this case, the ...
 

What is HYPOCHONDRIASIS? What does HYPOCHONDRIASIS mean? HYPOCHONDRIASIS meaning & explanation


What is HYPOCHONDRIASIS? What does HYPOCHONDRIASIS mean? HYPOCHONDRIASIS meaning - HYPOCHONDRIASIS pronunciation ...
 

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Illness Anxiety Disorder Hypochondriasis


Hypochondriacs may actually represent three different groups whose problems look superficially similar. Those in the first really do have a variant of OCD.