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It's All in Your Head: True Stories of Imaginary Illness


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author
Suzanne O’Sullivan
 
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publisher
Chatto & Windus
year
2015
page
8

excerpt

The two most common psychosomatic symptoms are fatigue and pain. They are difficult symptoms to assess because they cannot be objectively measured, they can only be described.

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