The following Conditions are related to Anxiety

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  • Eating disorders

    Eating disorder is not limited to only one factor of eating. There are various eating disorders, including eating excessively and not eating at all. For instance, anorexia is a disorder that leads an individual to strive for the perspective of not gaining weight even if he or she is underweight.However, Binge eating disorder (BED) is related to loss of control over eating and feeling guilty and distressed afterward  Read More

  • Hal deficiency

    HAL deficiency i.e histidine ammonia-lyase (HAL) deficiency or histidase deficiency, hyperhistidinemia or Histidinemia is a rare, autosomal recessive hereditary metabolic disorder.It is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme histidase, which is necessary for metabolizing the amino acid histidine. As a result, elevated levels of histidine are present in the blood.Along with histidine, there are excessive amou  Read More

  • Hartnup disease

    Hartnup disease is also referred to as Hartnup disorder, an uncommon genetic condition involving an inborn mistake in amino acid metabolism. It makes it challenging for your kidneys to reabsorb specific amino acids from your intestine. Amino acids are necessary for proper growth and development since they are the chemical building blocks of proteins. Many amino acids are lost through the urine tract when someone has hartnup di  Read More

  • Macular degeneration

    Macular degeneration, also known as Age-related macular degeneration is a common eye disorder caused by the deterioration of the macula, a region in the center of the retina, present in the back of the eye.Macular Degeneration is not a curable condition. Early diagnosis and proper treatment will slow the progression of the condition and aid in the management of the symptoms. Based on the severity of the disease and healt  Read More

  • Mallory weiss syndrome

    Cuts and splits on the lining and inner layers of the esophagus due to many forceful reasons like vomiting or straining, Mallory Weiss Tears. The burning and irritation due to these tears are called Mallory Weiss Syndrome.It is generally felt at an early stage when the cuts are not so deep. But the continuous flow of solid food and the use of vocal cords can raise the issue further.Risk factors:It  Read More

  • Mallory-weiss laceration

    A tear or split in the mucous membrane or inner lining, where the esophagus (lower esophageal tissue) joins the stomach, characterizes Mallory-Weiss Laceration. This condition can occur as a result of severe vomiting.Symptoms of Mallory Weiss LacerationMWS is not usually accompanied by symptoms. This occurs more frequently in milder cases where esophageal tears result in minimal bleeding and heal quickl  Read More