#2 – Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome
You guessed it right. This one is named after the famous novel written by Lewis Carroll. Also known as Todd’s syndrome, people with this mental health condition believe that the shape and size of their body has been altered.
The condition is often diagnosed in childhood and most children grow out of it in their teens. Sufferers of this condition think that people or animals are smaller than they are in reality. They may also think that certain parts of their body are not in proportion to the other parts. Sounds similar to the experiences of Alice, doesn’t it?