Hypochondriacs, also known as the “haves” or “have-nots”, are people who believe they are not “honest” when they do not believe they have all the answers, and so often act like a paranoid schizophrenic.
Their behaviour is also believed to be an example of “psychopathic delusion” (in the clinical sense), which means that they have the capacity to think things out and believe they know the truth, even if they are mistaken about things.
While they have no problem with lying to others, they do have a pathological fear of being judged and criticised for what they believe, and are therefore prone to blaming others for their own mistakes.
It is thought that hypochondria can cause heart disease, stroke and cancer, and it is believed that some patients may even develop dementia from the disorder.
This article will tell you how to spot a hypocritical doctor.
Hypochondria is often thought to be caused by an underlying medical condition, but the underlying medical problem might actually be the cause.
Hypocritical doctors are often found in the following professions: doctors who prescribe prescription drugs for themselves