Most Japanese people regard Paris as a city of romance, warm-hearted, warm and very friendly so love this city has always been a major travel destination. Unfortunately when I arrived at Paris, the shadow was not as expected, as a result every year many Japanese tourists hit Paris Syndrome.
The term syndrome is the City of Paris aka Paris Syndrome first appeared in a publication in the journal Nervure psychiatry in 2004. At that time, dozens of Japanese tourists returning from Paris with symptoms of shock or suffered mental shock.
Symptoms exactly like the loss of memory, such as delirium and claiming to be King of the Sun or the reincarnation of King Louis XIV. A female patient admitted even hysterical and attacked by someone with a microwave when in fact no nothing.
In fact Paris was not as hospitable as imagined. The clerk often yelling at customers who are not fluent in French, while the taxi driver who likes a lot of noise when it must compete with passenger and reckless driving.
This condition is contrary to the famous Japanese culture is to maintain decorum. I was so politely, the Japanese do not raise the tone of voice even though he was angry so easily stressed when faced with a fierce Parisian character or temperamental.
Paris Syndrome result from exposure to disease, most of whom must be repatriated to their home country, even during the flight should be accompanied by doctors and nurses to ensure the condition does not worsen. The cost of the repatriation of the tourists covered by the Embassy of Japan in the City of Paris.
Japanese Embassy in Paris estimates that each year there were 12 Japanese tourists who return home because of Paris Syndrome, the girl most of an 30-year-old. As anticipated, the embassy opened for 24-hour complaint service for Japanese tourists who stress need help.
“A third of patients improved within a short time, and the remaining one-third more experienced recurrent psychosis (madness), so had to be repatriated immediately,” said Yousef Mahmoudia, a psychologist at the Hotel-Dieu Hospital of Paris, as quoted by Reuters on Tuesday (06/07/2011) .
Mahmoudia believe, the shock experienced by Japanese tourists this happen in the City of Paris is not as expected. Conditions that contrary to Japanese culture
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