Illness anxiety, also known as health anxiety or hypochondria, is a condition where individuals excessively worry about having a serious medical condition, despite minimal or no evidence of illness. This excessive concern can lead to frequent doctor visits, unnecessary medical tests, and significant distress, impacting one's daily life.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition marked by persistent, distressing obsessions and repetitive compulsions. Individuals with OCD engage in rituals to alleviate anxiety caused by intrusive thoughts. This chronic disorder significantly impairs daily functioning, impacting work, social life, relationships and quality of life.

Phobia is an overwhelming, irrational fear of a particular object, situation, or activity, causing intense anxiety and distress. Exposure to the phobic stimulus elicits immediate and severe panic reactions, often leading to avoidance behaviors that impact daily life. Phobias can significantly impair one's quality of life to a significant extent.


Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a chronic mental health condition having excessive and uncontrollable worry about various aspects of life, often without a specific cause. People with GAD experience persistent anxiety, restlessness, and physical symptoms like muscle tension and fatigue. The constant apprehension can impair daily functioning.

Depression is a pervasive disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of interest or pleasure in daily activities. Symptoms include appetite and sleep disturbances, and low energy. It affects cognition, impairing concentration and decision making. It can result from biological, environmental, or psychological factors.

Social Phobia is a debilitating condition characterized by an intense fear of social situations, leading to avoidance of interaction and extreme self-consciousness. People with social phobia often dread judgment, embarrassment, or negative evaluation by others. This can impair daily functioning, impacting academic, occupational, and social aspects of life