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eBook First Aid for Hypochondriacs ePub

by James Gorman

  • ISBN: 0241110181
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: James Gorman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elm Tree Books (March 31, 1983)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1516 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1907 kb
  • Other: mobi mbr lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 626

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First aid for hypochondriacs /. Saved in: Main Author: Gorman, James, 1949-.

It's a crying shame this book's out of print as it's the best therapy I know for hypochondria. It should be on every hypochondriac's shelf right between the Merck Manual and Gray's Anatomy. Every time I have an attack I flip it open to laugh, calm myself and occasionally remind myself of other important symptoms or illnesses I've been neglecting. I only wish the insect-borne illness section were longer, as I'm currently suffering from an undiagnosed case of eastern equine encephalitis and could use some tips.

First aid for hypochondriacs' - subject(s): First aid in illness and injury, Anecdotes, facetiae, satire. What symptoms do hypochondriacs have? The symptoms reported can range from general descriptions of a specific illness to unusual complaints. In many instances the symptoms reflect intensified awareness of ordinary body functions, such as heartbeat, breathing, or stomach noises. What does hypochondriac mean? Hypochondria or hypochondriac: Pertains to suffering from hypochondria which is an excessive preoccupation or worry over ones own health.

And according to my life-long, observational and entirely non-scientific studies, hypochondriacs outlive the rest of us by two decades

The bestselling author argues that with so much real and terrible illness in the world, it is not easy to find sympathy for the imaginary variety. If you are inclined to laugh at hypochondriacs, opt for Three Men In A Boat by Jerome K. Jerome. And according to my life-long, observational and entirely non-scientific studies, hypochondriacs outlive the rest of us by two decades. We should presume they have their reasons for carrying on so and find sympathy for the psychological disturbance lies behind it.

A first aid book is a must-have for any family Secondly, make sure the book contains relevant information for your lifestyle. Some first aid books are more targeting towards outdoor activities/survival type scenarios

A first aid book is a must-have for any family. Even if you’ve attended a first aid class, it’s impossible to remember everything. Therefore, having an up-to-date first aid book handy is vital. When choosing a first aid book it’s important to remember a few things. Firstly, consider when the book was published. Secondly, make sure the book contains relevant information for your lifestyle. Some first aid books are more targeting towards outdoor activities/survival type scenarios.

Many hypochondriacs focus on a particular symptom as the catalyst of their worrying, such as gastro-intestinal problems .

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It's a crying shame this book's out of print as it's the best therapy I know for hypochondria. It should be on every hypochondriac's shelf right between the Merck Manual and Gray's Anatomy. Every time I have an attack I flip it open to laugh, calm myself and occasionally remind myself of other important symptoms or illnesses I've been neglecting.

I only wish the insect-borne illness section were longer, as I'm currently suffering from an undiagnosed case of eastern equine encephalitis and could use some tips. Perhaps a new expanded edition is in order. After all it's been nearly a quarter of a century and we now have AIDS, West Nile, Ebola, Hanta and Flesh-Eating Disease to contend with. The whole landscape of hypochondria has changed if you think about it.