7 Of the Weirdest Diseases Known to Man

Diseases are of various sorts involving likes of skin, liver, eyes, mind, legs, arms or any other part of the body disease. Most of the diseases that are currently known to man are curable through either medicine or natural methods and for some of them you have to go through some operation.

Weirdest Diseases Known to Man

The above mentioned diseases have become a common place for health professionals and us mere mortals alike but still there are some diseases that have not been that commonly seen or heard off till yet and even treatment or cure of such diseases are still unknown to man.

We are going to tell you about 7 of such diseases that are still known at a fraction or are at a safe distance away from man. Click here to get more information about diseases.

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

You would have to see it to believe it. Individuals with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome or hereditary sort of it can actually bend their limbs to impossible directions. Their limbs are way too flexible and can be moved in any direction not achievable by a normal man.

Skin of people with such syndrome can easily be bruised and can heal very slowly.

One amongst 5000 people in the world are thought to have this Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and in turn have mutations in their genes names COL5A1 as well as COL5A2. These mutations lead the patient to collagen reduction within the connective tissues.

  • Sexual Arousal Persistency Syndrome

As the name suggests, a person with such a state remains in continuous state of sexual arousal almost all or most of the time. Though it should be some pleasurable and enjoyable but due to its persistency, it becomes a source of embarrassment and a continuous stress factor.

Most of the times, its existence has been confirmed in women rather then men and a slight pressure or even application of nothing can create an orgasm which could become more of a distress for an individual rather then a factor that he or she could be enjoying.

  • Haemolacria

Every one cries at least when he or she is a baby but no one of us cries tears of blood. Under Haemolacria, the individual carrying such syndrome will cry blood from their eyes.

This condition is most commonly found in women who’s fertile and is menstruating regularly. Haemolacria could as well be a result of conjunctivitis in its severest form.

  • Urbach or Wiethe Disease

It’s quite a rare sort of a medical condition that results in the patient’s brain tissues being hardened and causing them to lose fear of anything. Its like they cant even feel fear let alone having fear consume them in any form.

This disease destroys amygdala that is a structure in the human brain generating fear so much so that when the person is exposed to any sort of a fear factor they respond with nothing but a little surprise but no fear.

  • Cotards Syndrome

This syndrome is as well known up as walking corpse syndrome or even Cotards delusion. Under such syndrome, individuals mind tell them that either they have already died or for that matter some part of their body is decaying like after death.

Patients with Schizophrenic and Bipolar disorders have experienced more of Cotards syndrome.

  • Morgellons Disease

One or the other times in our life, we feel itching and crawling feeling on or under our skin. Well, people having Morgellons disease do believe for sure that there is something crawling under their skin.

Under the influence of such disease the patient can feel growth of fibers or filaments outside of their skin and even memory problems or fatigue on a regular basis.

Research is ongoing on the cause of the disease and much is yet to be known about the factors contributing towards such.

  • Alien Hand Syndrome

For some people, one of the two of their hands thinks for himself and acts on his own thus the name Alien Hand Syndrome. For people with this disorder, hand’s intention and their own intention differ in getting hold of things.

Research on the subject has provided Brain’s left parietal lobe as the cause of such a syndrome to happen in an individual.

Author’s Bio: This article is brought to us by Farooq Omar .

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