Super STRANGE Syndromes and Conditions

By : Talltanic - 2 months ago
This world of ours is full of some truly crazy and mostly unheard of syndromes and conditions that we’re here to bring to the forefront of your mind. These conditions affect many people on our planet, but despite that, there’s not much known about most of the ones that you’ll find on this list. These are true sufferers, and it’s hard to believe that they live their lives on the same Earth as us, every day, and a lot of times, we have no idea that what they ail from even exists. Welcome to Super Strange Syndromes and Conditions.

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5. Walking Corpse Syndrome
This weird little syndrome is formally known as Cotard delusion… and let us tell you, it definitely sounds a bit delusional. Those affected by this, believe that they, drumroll please, are already dead or don’t exist, have a significant loss of internal organs and/or blood, or are putrefying or rotting away and this was all discovered and described by neurologist Jules Cotard (seen here). Here are some strange numbers for you: 69% of those with Cotard’s syndrome don’t believe that they’re real, whereas, somehow, 55% show delusions of immortality. Mademoiselle X, a case of a woman who denied her need to eat and various parts of her body. This woman stated that she could not die a natural death and that she was condemned to eternal damnation… well, guess what? Throughout the course of her delusions and denials and negations, Mademoiselle X (pictured here) passed away due to starvation. Walking Corpse Syndrome can sometimes be helped with antipsychotics, antidepressants, mood stabilizers, electroconvulsive therapy, and more. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?


4. Vitiligo
Everyone is probably familiar with this conditions to an extent as it’s what Michael Jackson was diagnosed with and why he changed so much in color throughout his lifetime. The condition itself is characterized by a person having patches of skin anywhere on their body that is losing their pigment. Typically, the skin becomes white and has very defined edges. Even the hair may get in on the act and turn white, and it usually begins occurring in areas exposed to the sun. No one really knows exactly what causes vitiligo, but it seems to have some sort of hereditary traits, so you’re more susceptible if it’s in your family’s history. There is no known cure for this strange condition, and only around one-percent of the world’s population is affected by it.







3. Moebius/Mobius Syndrome
This super rare congenital neurological disorder frequently paralyzes the face of those who suffer from it (as seen here) and causes them not to be able to move their eyes from side to side. Those born with the syndrome most times have full facial paralysis and can’t do necessary things like forming different facial expressions or closing their eyes. At times, people will take the lack of facial expression as unfriendliness or dullness of mind, but those with Moebius syndrome have normal levels of intelligence, although they may have delayed speech as children due to a paralysis of muscles that help to move the lips. It was first described in 1888, by a German neurologist named Paul Julius Mobius, and there is no specific treatment or cure for the syndrome, just things that can help make life a little easier. Yikes.




2. Stendhal Syndrome
Does anybody watching this video appreciate—like really, really enjoy art? Well, you better be careful then, because this here syndrome could take you by surprise someday! It’s known by a bunch of names, some including Stendhal’s Syndrome, Florence Syndrome, and hyperkulturemia, and is classified as a psychosomatic disorder that can cause a lot of scary, panicky feelings to arise in your body. This typically happens when someone is shown something or experiences something that has a lot of personal significance for them, and usually occurs with art. Those who experience Stendhal syndrome may have to deal with things like panic, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, confusion, fainting, and sometimes people will experience hallucinations; what a strange, strange thing. Some do also show signs of Stendhal while exposed to things like new experiences, nature, sometimes people, and animals. Of course animals. Have you seen people freak out over cute, tiny baby kittens? Sheesh!


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Super STRANGE Syndromes and Conditions