hi dear ones,
we know many of these by symptoms and name but are they curable?
There were only 404 kinds of diseases in the time of our ancestors, but today known diseases are listed in thousands in medical books. And most of them are created as modern diseases of human error by scientists of the world.
a medical condition affecting joints, causing pain, swelling, and stiffness. Most cases are due to an unknown reason.
a medical condition in which you become sick or in which your skin becomes red and painful because you have eaten particular foods, touched particular things, inhaled chemicals or pollen, etc.
a disease of the respiratory system, sometimes caused by allergies, with symptoms including coughing, sudden difficulty in breathing, and a tight feeling in the chest. Most of asthma is due to an unknown cause. It is considered sickness due to allergy. Allergy itself is due to an unknown cause. There are only few cases of inborn asthma.
a malignant tumor or growth caused when cells multiply uncontrollably, destroying healthy tissue. The different forms are sarcomas, carcinomas, leukemia, and lymphomas. Excepting exposure to radioactive rays, overexposure to sunlight, over intake of toxic chemicals, most of the causes of cancer are unknown.
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
an illness without a known cause that is characterized by long-term exhaustion, muscle weakness, depression, and sleep disturbances.
a medical disorder that causes the body to produce an excessive amount of urine, especially diabetes mellitus. Many believe that overdose of sugar intake is the cause of diabetes.
an inflammation of the skin characterized by reddening and itching and the formation of scaly or crusty patches that may leak fluid. There are two known causes of eczema. They are caused by bacteria and fungus. Most of eczema is caused not only by the two mentioned but also due to an unknown cause.
a disorder causing aching muscles, sleep disorders, and fatigue. This is arthritis-oriented disorder causing pain. Medically, the cause is unknown.
an eye disorder marked by unusually high pressure within the eyeball that leads to damage of the optic disk. The cause of glaucoma is unknown.
a painful varicose veins in the canal of the anus. Hemorrhoids may not be due to viral infections according to medical tech.
an inflammation of the liver, causing fever, jaundice, abdominal pain, and weakness.
a viral infection causing small painful blisters and inflammation, most commonly at the junction of skin and mucous membrane in the mouth or nose or in the genitals.
an immune system disease where the patients lose the ability to fight infections, often dying from secondary causes such as pneumonia or Kaposi’s sarcoma.
abnormally high blood pressure caused by over thinking (e.g. due to problem) or unbalanced diet or overwork. It is very seldom due to viral infections.
a viral illness producing a high temperature, sore throat, runny nose, headache, dry cough, and muscle pain. The illness is widespread, especially during winter months, and can sometimes be fatal.
inability to fall asleep or to remain asleep long enough to feel rested, especially as a problem continuing over time.
a tropical disease that mainly affects the skin and nerves and can cause tissue change. Leprosy is transmitted following close contact and has a long incubation period.
a type of cancer in which white blood cells displace normal blood. This leads to infection, shortage of red blood cells (anemia), bleeding, and other disorders, and often proves fatal.
a serious, sometimes fatal illness in which a viral or bacterial infection inflames the meninges, causing symptoms such as severe headaches, vomiting, stiff neck, and high fever.
a recurrent, throbbing, very painful headache, often affecting one side of the head and sometimes accompanied by vomiting or by distinct warning signs including visual disturbances. It is also called sick headache.
loss of voluntary movement as a result of damage to nerve or muscle function. Once paralyzed, it is quite difficult to be cured completely.
an nervous disorder marked by the symptoms of trembling hands, lifeless face, monotone voice, and a slow, shuffling walk. It is generally caused by the degeneration of dopamine-producing brain cells, and is the commonest form of Parkinsonism.
a skin disease usually marked by red scaly patches.
any painful condition of the joints or muscles that is not caused by infection or injury.
inflammation of the membrane lining a sinus of the skull. In many cases, the cause of sinusitis is unknown.
a dissociative mental state in which the individual rises from sleep, with little awareness of surroundings, to perform what appear to be conscious motor activities.
an infectious disease that causes small rounded swellings (tubercles) to form on mucous membranes, especially disease pulmonary tuberculosis that affects the lungs.