What Is Cushing’s Syndrome?

cushings syndrome symptoms

  What Is Cushing’s Syndrome?  Cushing’s Syndrome happens when too much cortisol hormone is released into the body’s bloodstream. Too much cortisol hormone released into the bloodstream can cause havoc on the body. What Is Cortisol? Cortisol is a stress hormone released by the adrenal glands. The hormone cortisol is essential for your body’s fight or…

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What Is Cervical Dystonia?

Cervical Dystonia

  What Is Cervical Dystonia? Cervical Dystonia is a rare neurological disorder that originates in the brain. What Causes Cervical Dystonia? Most cases of isolated Cervical Dystonia do not have an underlying identifiable cause or trigger. However, Cervical Dystonia in some cases is considered secondary. The condition of Cervical Dystonia occurs as a consequence of…

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Sheehan’s Syndrome Symptoms

Symptoms of Sheehan's Syndrome?

 Sheehan’s Syndrome Symptoms The symptoms of Sheehan’s Syndrome may develop gradually, or increase over time. Sheehan’s Syndrome is a rare disease and the disease is not always easy to diagnose.  Sheehan’s Syndrome symptoms are frequently misinterpreted and given incorrect labels. The symptom of extreme fatigue associated with Sheehan’s Syndrome is often categorized with motherhood. While…

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What Are Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas?

What Are Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas? Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas are abnormal connections between a vein covering the brain or spinal cord and the artery. Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas (dAVFs) can carry high-pressure arterial blood into the venous sinuses or veins that normally carry low-pressure. This causes deoxygenated blood returning to the heart from the brain. The decrease…

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