You are watching news center FIVE AT 11:00. AN ESTIMATED 100 PEOPLE WORLDWIDE HAVE THE SYNDROME TYPE C. 3 LIVE IN BELMONT.
One local families story of COURAGE AND HOPE. FOR BELMONT PARENTS PAUL AND NANCY BURKE, THE WAR IS NEVER STOP. THEY HAVE ORTHOPEDIC.
Problems, heart problems. IT IS A CONSTANT STRESS. THE LOVE AND SUPPORT DOES NOT STOP EITHER. THEY GET UP EVERY DAY WITH A SMILE ON THEIR FACE EVEN THOUGH.
Each day is so challenging for THEM. HOW COULD WE NOT GET UP WITH A SMILE ON OUR FACE? WAX IT STARTED WHEN THE OLDEST OF THEIR THREE GIRLS STARTED.
Having trouble in school at six YEARS OLD. EVERYTHING WAS FINE PRIOR TO THAT. HER HEALTH KEPT GETTING WORSE AND IT WOULD BE ANOTHER THREE.
Years before a were finally told WHY. ONE OF THE MOST TERRIBLE DISEASES THAT EXISTS. SHE HAS SANFILIPPO SYNDROME TYPE SEE TYPE.
C, the rarest FORM OF A DISEASE THAT DESTROYS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. RESEARCHERS ESTIMATE JUST 100 PEOPLE WORLDWIDE HAVE THIS AND THEY SOON FOUND OUT DAUGHTERS.
Lindsay and kelsey did too. THE MATERIAL ACCUMULATES IN THE BODY, IN THE BRAIN, UNFORTUNATELY. IT ALSO CAUSES SOME OTHER ABNORMALITIES SUCH AS WARS AND.
Top 10 Bizarre Mental Disorders
10. foreign accent syndrome A neurological disorder which causes a sudden change in speech. The speaker may experience changes in timing, intonation, and tongue placement, which makes it sound like they are speaking a foreign language. In 2010 a British woman went to bed complaining of a migraine. When she woke up she found herself talking with a Chinese accent. Despite having never been to Asia, she still talks.
With a chinese accent to this day. there is no known cure for the syndrome. 9. Zero Stroke Zero stroke was a mental disorder that provoked dizziness and an uncontrollable desire to write endless rows of zeros. It affected some German people during the time of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic in the early 1920s. It was said that during the worst periods of inflation, in the time it took to drink.
A cup of coffee the price of the coffee would double. the calculations needed to make even the most simple of transactions would run into the millions, billions, and even trillions. 8. Erotomania Erotomania is the delusion that a stranger, usually from a higher social status like a celebrity, is in love with you, despite you not knowing them. The sufferer becomes convinced that their admirer is trying to communicate with them.
Either through body language or the media. In 1981 John Hinckley Jr’s erotomania with the actress Jodie Foster led him to attempt to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, declaring it would be a great love offering. Although no one was killed, Hinckley hit the President and three others, leaving one victim paralyzed. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity. 7. Alice in Wonderland Syndrome.
A distorted sense of time, body and space. the sufferer will perceive body parts and external objects growing and shrinking to abnormal sizes. The disorder is most common in children and in most cases the victims grow out of it. One sufferer says it’s like looking through the wrong end of a telescope. Taking its name from Lewis Carroll’s novel, whose central character frequently changes size, the disorder is thought to be brought on by migraines. There is no definitive cure.
6. shenkui Specific to China, Shenkui is the fear that a loss of semen will result in a deficiency of yang (positive male energy), and losing too much could prove lifethreatening. This has led to some men in China to refrain from sexual activity completely. The fear and anxiety associated with the disease leads to dizziness, insomnia, and sexual dysfunction, with no physical cause. Attributed to a lack of proper sex education, therapy proves the.
Best cure. 5. Boanthropy Boanthropy is a psychological disorder where people believe they are bovine. It causes them to live, behave, and act like a cow or ox for example eating grass on all fours. The most famous sufferer of the disease, according to the bible, is Nebuchadnezzar II, King of the Neo Babylonian Empire who reigned from 605 BC to 562 BC. He is said to have lived.
In the wild as an animal for 7 years. 4. Capgras Delusion The belief that a family member, friend, or pet has been replaced by an identical impostor. It most commonly occurs in patients diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and occurs more frequently in women than men. In 2011 an American child had to be placed in the custody of child services after her mother refused to pick her up from school, insisting teachers give.