Have you ever wondered why we rarely hear about health in a fictional world? We believe that these 14 fictional characters probably suffer from some diseases that no one talks about:
Toby Flenderson of the Office
He is tired, tired, depressed and his hair is falling out. This is similar to the obvious case of vitamin D deficiency.
Phoebe Buffet from the series “Friends”
Eccentric inclinations, strange choice of clothes and belief in special forces – all this characterizes Phoebe. She may be suffering from schizotypal personality disorder, given that she also had childhood injuries.
Anna from “Cold Heart”
Although we are led to believe that Anna’s symptoms were caused by an icy heart attack, her symptoms say otherwise. Shortness of breath, weakness and paleness are more like the symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis.
Mario from Super Mario Bros.
Swollen nose + hyperactivity + euphoria. Mario may be suffering from cocaine addiction.
Chris Treger from Parks and Recreation
Chris is definitely suffering from orthorexia, an eating disorder in which people are overly concerned about the health benefits of the foods they eat.
Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny can’t control his romantic urges and doesn’t give up trying to embarrass people. He is distracted from other important things in his life. It’s a sexual addiction, friends!
Goku from Dragon Ball Z
Irritability + excessive hunger + decreased libido – common symptoms of diabetes…
L from Deathnote
He is tall, with a slender body and spidery toes. With such a stooped back, L can be diagnosed with Marfan syndrome.
Baby from the movie “Baby on the Drive”
Baby’s driving skills are extremely good, his memory is like that of a superman, and he does not communicate with strangers and will rather risk his life, just to find a good song before getting behind the wheel. This may be the case with Asperger’s syndrome.
Anton Ego from Ratatouille
The ego looks very pale and even has dark circles around the eyes. This happens only when there is a deficiency of iron in the body.
Popeye from the cartoon “Popeye the Sailor”.
When you consume excess sodium, part of your body may swell and look swollen. This condition is called edema. The cans of spinach that Papaya eats are high in sodium.
Yosemite Sam from Looney Tunes
Due to his small stature, crooked legs, strange shape of the skull and protruding chest, Yosemite Sam can be a victim of rickets.
Harry Potter’s Hermoin Granger
Hermione Granger is more likely to suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder. She is not indifferent to rules, details and order. Perfection is what she always strives for, she has a good sense of morality, and she tries to impose it on others. People with OCPD think that everything is fine, and everyone else is wrong.
Sponge Bob from “Sponge Bob Square Pants”.
Sponge Bob actually has all the symptoms that a person with Williams syndrome has: Sociable nature and excessive interest in other people, mental retardation, widely spaced teeth and a wide mouth with full cheeks.
Kevin from the series “Office”
Kevin is a middle-aged guy on a low-fiber diet who does no exercise. He definitely has constipation.