Not Medical Advice: It would be 'hypochondria' (hy-po-KON-dree-a), a mental disorder in which people believe or fear that they have a serious disease even though medical examination or tests show no sign of illness.
The cause or causes of hypochondria are not clearly understood, and experts have varying views.
One theory is that people who have hypochondria are excessively sensitive to their bodily sensations and may misinterpret their meaning. In some cases, hypochondria appears to be triggered by the death of a loved one.
Researchers have also noted that hypochondria seems to be more common in people who were seriously ill as a child or who have spent a lot of time around sick relatives. Such past experiences may contribute to health worries.
The path to overcoming panic attacks requires responses that are quite different from what you usually do. If you keep doing the same thing, you'll probably keep getting the same result.
If you seek anxiety relief, you need to look for different methods. Here's a five step process you can use to guide your responses during a panic attack shared by Anxietycoach.com.