The following Conditions are related to Stress

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  • Achalasia

    Esophageal achalasia is noted to be an idiopathic motility disorder. It is featured by incomplete relaxation of the LES (lower esophageal sphincter) in response to swallowing, as well as peristalsis in the esophagus. This is likely to trigger impaired food bolus transport.Dysphagia is evident to be the most common symptom in patients suffering from achalasia.Other symptoms include chest pain, regurgitation  Read More

  • Bilious attacks

    A bilious attack, also known as a gallbladder attack, is one of the most severe gastrointestinal problems.These attacks occur when bile and minerals in the body form small stone-like structures or gallstones.Consequently, these stones pass through the bile ducts by the gallbladder, which causes mild to severe pain in the process.The person suffering from this attack may feel a sharp pain in the up  Read More

  • Folate deficiency anemia

    A patient is anemic with low levels of oxygen supplements in the blood. This supplement is hemoglobin, produced by the RBC (Red Blood Cells) of a body. The deficiency of Folate or Vitamin-B12 or B9 defects the production of these RBCs and increases their size abnormally. These dysfunctions RBCs and result in Folate-Deficiency Anemia.Differences in Iron and Folic Acid Deficiency:Iron and folic acid defic  Read More

  • Glutaricacidemia i

    Glutaric acidemia I is a rare and severe inherited condition that makes the body unable to digest certain types of protein ( amino acids). This results in organic acid disorder that results in an abnormal buildup of organic acid in blood and urine. Moreover, the tissues of the body can also be intoxicated and serve health problems like brain damage, kidney, and liver failure.People with Glutaric acidemia I lack par  Read More

  • Vlcad

    Very long-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase (VLCAD) deficiency is a disorder in which the body is unable to convert specific fats to energy, particularly when fasting (fasting).Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), tiredness (lethargy), and muscle weakness are major symptoms of VLCAD deficiency in infancy and early childhood.Individuals who are affected are also at risk of major consequences, including liver problems  Read More