i'm new 2dis forum,though im a regular viewer of balh and read all ur posts.i hav gone really crazy about raya,my day starts and ends vit raya thinking about them all the day.so i tried 2figure out whats happening vit me and after conducting detailed case study on myself,i hav prepared a case sheet of raya fans.hope dis would help diagnose ur problm too. case sheet 1 Name:raya fans Age:all age groups Gender:M&F Occupation:balh viewer Location:all over the world chief complaints:patient(raya fan) came vit the symptoms of palpitation,breathlessness,salivation,loss of appetite,insomnia,day dreaming,smiling without any reason,visual&auditory hallucinations(seeing&hearing raya voice everywhere)& other symptoms like anxiety,restlessness,frustration seen during weekends.
history of present illness: onset:symptoms were gradual in onset since raya romantic track started. duration:symptoms r progressive,present thru out the day& no diurnal variation seen. aggravating factors:symptoms like palpitation,breathlessness, salivation aggravated while watching raya episodes& symptoms like anxiety,restlessness,frustration aggravated during weekends. relieving factors:symptoms not relieved on taking medication.
past history:no history of similar complaints in the past(before balh)
personal history:addicted 2 balh(watching every episode of balh on tv including repeat telecast & also on youtube for countless times).
Diagnosis:on examination, my provisional diagnosis is patient's symptoms r suggestive of Rayamania & Rayaphilia(irresistable desire & luv for raya).
Treatment: To be admitted in asylum of Balh followed by rehabilitation classes(should be conducted by ram&priya).
im already admitted, ppl having similar symptoms can join me in Balh asylum. Edited by moonstone - 2012-05-20T09:33:28Z
You forgot to add the withdrawal symptoms of BALH addiction during the weekend when t here s no telecast .am in the same boat with additional withdrawal symptoms in the weekends as time passes very slowly, the waiting is killing in the weekends
Good one! ...Great Post... you hit the nail on the head. Such extensive research deserves a special award...
I would like to name desease BALHaria...
Here are my findings... to add to your already extensive list:
desease spreads by any kind of verbal or written contact with a patient.
The symptoms get more pronounced around a certain time of day... depending on the geographical location of the patient. (around dinner time for patients in India, lunch time for those in US...and so on)
Some patients exhibit a tendency to write extensive FFs, Takes and even poetry!
Others exhibit a restless finger syndrome... hitting the refresh button on the keyboard at record speeds.
Patients get relief by watching episodes over and over.