We all are concerned about suffering from any health disorder, but the problem is when the concern is constant, excessive, and when it becomes an unrealistic fear and continuing to suffer the symptoms of a serious illness. Any mild symptoms, such as a slight headache, are interpreted by the patient as a health problem, symptoms resulting from their own state of anxiety and constant worry. Hypochondria can and should be treated. But how do you identify a hypochondriac person? When does it start to be a problem for the health concerns?
Hypochondria, although have physical symptoms such as breathing difficulty, palpitations or insomnia is a disease included in the group of psychiatric diseases and which also includes the anxiety, phobia or obsessive compulsive behaviors.