Narcolepsy, sleep unpredictable those shots

Falling asleep in class can be a disease. A rare disease. Or maybe not because in fact misunderstood, sometimes unthinkable, “orphan” diagnosis.Not only in the classroom.During a conversation, while waiting for the bus, even at the dinner table between a bite. And what do you think of these unpredictable strokes of sleep. Don’t you think. «The guy makes the small hours. «It is bored by what you say if you fall asleep while I speak. ” «Pretends, it does on purpose. ” Actually that guy suffer and many more. Even he knows what happens, island, finds it difficult to integrate, test of guilt, is not confident (and how could it?), tends to depression.


THE DIFFICULTY IN DIAGNOSIS-The explanation is there. Suffers from narcolepsy. A chronic neurological disorder that impairs the brain’s ability to regulate wakefulness and sleep, due to lack of a substance (Orexin) which is no longer produced.The origin of narcolepsy? May be autoimmune in nature. A reaction against themselves, as many other diseases of today.Suffers for example actress Nastassjia Kinsky.
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Actinic keratosis, you know? This skin condition is characterized by small red-brown lesions and rough, which have the particularity of not cure but to persist for months on the areas most exposed to the sun. However, actinic keratosis can lead to precancerous lesions.

1.Actinic keratosis, it looks like what?
2.What might we do with an actinic keratosis?
3.Who is at risk of actinic keratosis?
4.How to treat actinic keratosis?


Actinic keratosis, it looks like what?

Traces red or brown, rough, dry and more or less thick, which appear after middle age, especially in areas that were most exposed to the sun: the face (forehead, nose, eye), chest, back hands, forearms, neck, ears, scalp if hair loss, etc.. They sometimes look like patches of psoriasis or eczema, but they have the distinction of not heal, even after applying a cream containing cortisone. They persist for months. Continue reading “RED MARKS AND ROUGH ON THE SKIN: AND IF IT WAS CANCEROUS?”