I wouldn't recommend it if you are feeling particularly vulnerable where your HA and anxiety are concerned. However, there are moments that I feel brave and want to test my HA protective shield. My own form of exposure therapy. It's kind of entertaining in a freakish medical sort of way. Anyway, I was watching it late last night and they were reenacting an incident with a woman who comes in and insists she is having a heart attack. She knows all the medical lingo and tells the doctor what tests she needs. She insists she is dying. Doesn't believe them when they tell her everything came back normal with the tests they did. They try to release her, but she doesn't want to leave. She ends up in the hospital gift shop and she is lying on the floor telling the people in the shop she is having a heart attack and the ER won't help her, blah blah blah. They take her back to the ER, run more tests...all normal. She still won't leave. She ends up in the hospital chapel, on the floor, telling a nun she is having a heart attack and the ER won't help her. They take her back to the ER...more tests, all normal...then finally admit her for "observation." It was sort of funny, but sort of not, because I know a lot of us have probably felt the same way. Interestingly, they diagnosed her with munchausen disease. It was weird because I thought she just had really bad HA...but she enjoyed the attention she was getting. I DO NOT enjoy medical attention. Is there that fine a line between HA and munchausen? Seems to be.