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“Yes, he’s just a hypochondriac,” “I’ve put hypochondria on myself,” we say with irritation about an overly sensitive, dull, constantly complaining person, not always realizing that hypochondria is in fact a disease.
Hypochondria is referred to as mental disorders, and is characterized by the fact that the person suffering from hypochondria is overly and unreasonably concerned about his state of health. Continue reading
All mechanisms have their strength limit. The human body is no exception. People, especially strong in spirit, can withstand the onslaught of stress for a long time. But at a certain time the voltage reaches a peak. It becomes unbearable. To relieve tension, the body automatically turns on its protective mechanism. It is usually called a nervous breakdown. Continue reading