In a 1985 report published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, Dr. G.D. Shukla brought a new condition to the attention of the medical community — the inability to sneeze. He named this 'Asneezia'. The sufferers were 'Asneezics'. His original article is behind a paywall, but a summary from Brain/Mind Bulletin is below:

Brain/Mind Bulletin - July 1990

Later correspondents to the British Journal of Psychiatry were skeptical. One questioned whether Shukla's patients really suffered from this condition, or if they were simply delusional. Another proposed verifying the reality of Asneezia by exposing patients to "the most noxious inhalant allergen."
     Posted By: Alex - Fri Oct 21, 2022
     Category: Health | Psychology

There was a joke in the Lampoon's take on the popular "Lord Of The Rings" about a dwarf who owned a magic tie clip that made his nose fall off every time he sneezed.
Posted by KDP on 10/21/22 at 06:50 PM
Maybe it's the other way around -- not being able to sneeze causes depression and hypochondria.
Posted by Phideaux on 10/21/22 at 09:56 PM
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