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Later work by Youcef Mahmoudia, a physician with the hospital Hôtel-Dieu de Paris, indicates that Paris syndrome is "psychopathology related to travel, rather than a syndrome of the traveller.". He theorized that the excitement resulting from visiting Paris causes the heart to accelerate, causing giddiness and shortness of breath,...Who was the first person to diagnose Paris Syndrome?
Professor Hiroaki Ota, a Japanese psychiatrist working in France, is credited as the first person to diagnose the condition in 1986. Later work by Youcef Mahmoudia, a physician with the hospital Hôtel-Dieu de Paris, indicates that Paris syndrome is "psychopathology related to travel, rather than a syndrome of the traveller."Who suffers from a Parisian shock?
Although it’s mostly suffered by people of Japanese or Asian origin, it can also occur in travelers from other parts of the world. It’s especially prevalent in those whose culture is rather different from that of Paris. In the case of Asian people, they experience a profound shock.Do Japanese tourists suffer from 'Paris Syndrome'?
The reality of Paris does not always live up to the dream A dozen or so Japanese tourists a year have to be repatriated from the French capital, after falling prey to what's become known as "Paris syndrome". That is what some polite Japanese tourists suffer when they discover that Parisians can be rude or the city does not meet their expectations.