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16-Aug-2016 11:33

On the No More Panic message forum recently we've had a surge in people posting about issues that fundamentally stem from being extremely worried about their state of health so we decided that a dedicated page on the subject may be of value to all those in their initial stages of health anxiety and somewhere that those currently suffering may find some comfort.

The hospital said he only had minutes to live.' And so on and so forth.We've all heard them and although it may not apply to us at the time – our memories are wonderful things and it stores it all away and then presents these stories back to us as a memory or dream when it thinks it could be of use.We are smart people – we strive to find results that we can be reassured with and we will stop at nothing to find this. We troop off to the doctor who has a prod, perhaps runs a test or two and then declares a full healthy bill of health and comments that this may well be anxiety but it is not a fatal illness or life threatening disease. ' He says its only anxiety' ' Yes, but I know about being anxious and this is far worse -surely it can't just be that' ' Perhaps I should have another test; – I know I'll google it'. You then put in a search engine – 'chest pain anxious' and you will be faced with millions of pages all shouting out in unison – heart attack.It is often referred to as the newer term for hypochondria but I'm not sure I fully agree that they are exactly the same thing.These dictionary definitions imply that the person is healthy to start with, with no symptoms and that they worry about what may happen to them in the future be it tomorrow or in 10 years time.

The hospital said he only had minutes to live.' And so on and so forth.

We've all heard them and although it may not apply to us at the time – our memories are wonderful things and it stores it all away and then presents these stories back to us as a memory or dream when it thinks it could be of use.

We are smart people – we strive to find results that we can be reassured with and we will stop at nothing to find this. We troop off to the doctor who has a prod, perhaps runs a test or two and then declares a full healthy bill of health and comments that this may well be anxiety but it is not a fatal illness or life threatening disease. ' He says its only anxiety' ' Yes, but I know about being anxious and this is far worse -surely it can't just be that' ' Perhaps I should have another test; – I know I'll google it'. You then put in a search engine – 'chest pain anxious' and you will be faced with millions of pages all shouting out in unison – heart attack.

It is often referred to as the newer term for hypochondria but I'm not sure I fully agree that they are exactly the same thing.

These dictionary definitions imply that the person is healthy to start with, with no symptoms and that they worry about what may happen to them in the future be it tomorrow or in 10 years time.

You read a few of them – the colour drains from your face and you feel totally dreadful.