Alzheimer’s Disease is an neurodegenerative disease that slowly destroys the neurons responsible for memory and thinking skills. Alzheimers can also prevent a person to carry out simple tasks and can cause negative effects in their daily life.
Chronic Nausea is a type of nausea that is persistent in its frequency or it may come and go. It is not a disease itself but can be a symptom to an underlying disease such as problems with digestive system.
Crohn’s Disease is classified as an inflammatory bowel disease or IBD. It is characterised as a disease that causes inflammation on a person’s digestive track that can cause abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, weight loss, and malnutrition because of the abnormalities in the colon.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which the brain activity is categorised as abnormal and can cause muscle seizures or period of unusual behavior, sensations, and loss of consciousness. The abnormal brain activities is caused by unusual electrical activity in the brain that happens between neurons.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is an abnormal condition of the digestive system that affects the lining or colon walls that eventually leads to stomach cramps, diarrhea, bloating, and even constipation. The duration can last for days or even months.
Nausea is a distress of the stomach that can be caused by food or other internal or external factors that can lead to an urge to vomit.
HIV is a virus that when left untreated can lead to AIDS. HIV can be spread through people to people by getting in contact with an infected person’s body fluids. The virus attacks a person’s immune system.
Parkinson’s Disease is a type of neurodegenerative disorder that affects a person’s ability to move properly. Parkinson’s gradually starts with just a simple hand tremor and will eventually lead to a person’s inability to move.
Colitis is one of the types of disease of the digestive system that is characterized by the inflammation of the inner linings of the colon. Colitis can cause several abnormalities such as loss of blood supply in the colon, infection and inflammatory bowel disease.