Q. People have recurring sensations that make them feel driven to do something repetitively.
Q. Culture shock or homesickness.
Q. Sufferer believes he or she is a cow or ox.
Mad cow disease
Q. The affected person holds the delusional belief that they are dead or have lost their blood or internal organs.
Q. An anxiety disorder where a person likes to stay in bed for as long as possible and has no intention of waking up.
Q. A disorienting neurological condition that changes how the brain perceives things.
Alice in Wonderland syndrome
Q. A syndrome where the person affected has an obsession with drinking blood.
Q. It is a speech disorder where the native speaker is perceived to speak with a “foreign” accent.
Foreign accent syndrome
Q. A disorder where contact with excessive amounts of silver causes the skin to turn blue or gray.
Q. In this disorder, the person is unable to experience fear due to the absence of the amygdala.
Q. Religious excitement induced by proximity to the holy places.
Q. This particular disorder causes uncontrollable jumps and startle-induced falls.
Q. This is a disorder in which one hand is not under the control of the mind.
Alien Hand Syndrome
Joint hypermobility syndrome
Q. A rare intestinal condition in humans resulting from ingesting hair, the ingested hair extends into the intestines.
Q. Rapid heartbeat and possible heart attack as a result of looking at beautiful art.
Q. Males have an additional Y chromosome.
Q. This disorder causes an addiction to tanning.
Q. This disorder results in habitual or obsessive nose-picking.
Q. A person with this disorder will have an overwhelming desire to amputate or damage healthy parts of the body.
Amputee Identity Disorder
Q. A person experiences unreal noises that are loud and of short duration when falling asleep or waking up.
Exploding head syndrome
Noisy head syndrome