Ever given a thought to why we don’t get to hear about health conditions much often in the fictional world? Well, we believe these 20 fictional characters are probably suffering from some medical conditions which nobody’s talking about:
Toby Flenderson from The Office
He’s fatigued, tired, depressed, and has hair loss. It seems like an obvious case of Vitamin D deficiency.
Phoebe Buffay from Friends
Eccentric tendencies, bizarre fashion choices, and belief in special powers sum up Phoebe. She might be suffering from Schizotypal personality disorder given she had childhood traumas too.
Anna from Frozen
While people we’re led to believe that Anna’s symptoms were caused by an ice blast to her heart, her symptoms tell a different story. Difficulty in breathing, feeling weak, and looking pale are more like the symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis.
Mario from Super Mario Bros.
Swollen nose + hyperactivity + euphoria. Mario might probably be suffering from cocaine addiction.
Chris Traeger from Parks and Recreation
Chris definitely has Orthorexia, an eating disorder that makes people overly concerned about the health benefits of the food they eat.
Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny has no control over his romantic urges and leaves no stone unturned to make people uncomfortable. He’s distracted from other important things in his life. That’s sex addiction, folks!
Goku from Dragon Ball Z
Irritability + excessive hunger + decreased sex drive are common symptoms of diabetes…
L from Deathnote
He’s tall, has a slender bodý and spidery fingers. With that curved back, L can be diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome.
Baby from Baby Driver
Baby’s driving skills are extremely good, his memory is that of a superhuman, and he doesn’t socialize with outsiders and would rather put his life in danger just to find a good song before driving. This could be a case of Asperger Syndrome.
Anton Ego from Ratatouille
Ego appears very pale and even has dark circles around his eyes. This only happens when you have an iron deficiency in your body.
Popeye from Popeye the Sailor Man
When you consume excess sodium, part of your body can swell up and look bloated. This condition is called edema. The cans of spinach that Popeye eats have a lot of sodium.
Yosemite Sam from Looney Tunes
With his short stature, bowed legs, oddly shaped skull, and protruding chest Yosemite Sam could be a victim of rickets.
Hermoine Granger from Harry Potter
It’s a high possibility that Hermione Granger is suffering from obsessive-compulsive personality disorders. She’s smitten with rules, details, and order. Perfection is what she’s always striving for, she’s got a good sense of morality and tries to impose it on others. People with OCPD think they’re fine and everyone else is wrong.
Spongebob from Spongebob SquarePants
SpongeBob actually has all such signs which are found in a person suffering from Williams Syndrome: Outgoing personality and excessive interest in other people, intellectual disabilities, widely spaced teeth, and a wide mouth with full cheeks.
Kevin from The Office
Kevin’s a middle-aged guy with a low fiber diet who doesn’t do any exercise and has anal fissures. He’s definitely constipated.