Mohamed Hakimi Bin Abdul Kadir Syed Ramzul Ihsan Bin Syed Najmuddin

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Hypochondriasis, Hypochondria, Health Phobia Excessive preoccupation or worry about having a serious illness Intentional falsification of illness Hypo(below) Chondros(cartilage)

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<p>Mohamed Hakimi Bin Abdul Kadir Syed Ramzul Ihsan Bin Syed Najmuddin Hypochondriasis, Hypochondria, Health Phobia Excessive preoccupation or worry about having a serious illness Intentional falsification of illness Hypo(below) Chondros(cartilage) A type of psychological disorder A person believes that he is ill even after repeated assurance by physician that he is healthy About 3% of patients admitted to hospital Cyberchondriasis Related to Munchausen Syndrome Preoccupation with a serious illness for at least 6 months Misinterpreting normal body symptoms Persistent fear of illness despite being reassured by health care providers that you are not ill Difficulty maintaining a job, keeping relationships, and performing normal daily activities Major disease outbreak (H1N1, SARS) Anxiety &amp; depression The media &amp; internet Serious illness or death among family members Being a medical student Misdiagnosis Hospital congestion Lead to other health problems Depression (psychological can lead to physiological changes) Psychological Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Pyscho-educational talk therapy Drugs Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Placebo 1. Wikipedia Wikipedia 2. UMMS UMMS 3. Javier I. Escobar M.D., Michael Gara Ph.D., Howard Waitzkin M.D., Roxanne Cohen Silver, Alison Holman Ph.D. and Wilson Compton M.D, DSM-IV Hypochondriasis in Primary Care, General Hospital Psychiatry Volume 20, Issue 3, May 1998, Pages Javier I. Escobar M.D., Michael Gara Ph.D., Howard Waitzkin M.D., Roxanne Cohen Silver, Alison Holman Ph.D. and Wilson Compton M.D, DSM-IV Hypochondriasis in Primary Care, General Hospital Psychiatry Volume 20, Issue 3, May 1998, Pages Barsky AJ, Ahern DK: Cognitive behavior therapy for hypochondriasis: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 2004; 291:</p>