When he had become a Methodist, his hypochondria
took a religious form, but so did his recovery from hypochondria;
both must be set down to the account of his faith, or neither.
She herself expressed her hypochondria
otherwise: " I fear death more than other people do, because no one has ever formed so clear a conception of nothingness as I have."
A fellow- student named Grammont was afflicted with hypochondria,
and Schiller was set to watch him.