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1. Automatic Brewing Syndrome.

Literally, the body automatically ferments wine.

The disease is a rare disease known as intestinal fermentation syndrome, in which alcohol is produced through endo-fermentation to make people intoxicated.

In 2013, a Texas man fainted at his home for no reason. He was taken to hospital where he was found to have a blood alcohol concentration more than five times the alcohol content of a drink-driving driver, but the man said he had not been drinking at all. Later, doctors found out that he was actually suffering from automatic brewing syndrome.

It’s the equivalent of a bunch of bacteria making wine in his body.

The disease may be caused by too much yeast or white Candide in the intestines, but because the disease is so rare, there is no way to draw a complete conclusion.

I’m curious how to ferment into alcohol, very dangerous ah, if fermented into yogurt will be safer?

2. Skunk fish disease.

You’re not mistaken, the patient just stinks.

Because of the innate inability to metabolize methamphetamine, skunk patients’ breathing, urine, sweat, etc. will emit the smell of triamide, especially in the consumption of egg yolks, animal offal, soybeans, salty fish and other taste will be further aggravated.

Symptoms are also more pronounced when exercise or depression occurs.

Suffering from this genetic disease, even if three washes a day, daily perfume five sprays are useless, such a genetic disease is incurable.

3. Poncho syndrome.

The disease sounds strange, but you’ve certainly seen it all. Because the famous Einstein, is poncho syndrome.

The symptom is a hair follicle dryness disorder caused by a genetic mutation: dry hair, curly, light color, difficult to comb.

It is also known as “difficult hair syndrome”.

Australia’s blond little girl is the disease. The one on the right spent three hours combing his hair before taking the picture, right?

The three genes that affect hair characteristics are PADI3, TGM3 and TCHH, the researchers report in the American Journal of Human Genetics. If one of these genes is out of function, the structure and stability of the hair is affected.

4. Werewolf syndrome, also known as congenital systemic hair disorder.

When you’re worried about getting colder overhead, people with the condition are worried about their hair.

We all know that human ancestors had long since faded their hair during evolution, but people with the condition have some degree of ancestry, even with hair on their faces, accompanied by gum growth and facial deformities, like the legendary werewolf.

However, people with the condition develop normally in intelligence and in other ways are no different from normal people. The study found that the disease was found to be a genomic disease, but further research is needed to clarify its pathogenesis.

5. Foreign Accent Syndrome.

If one day you wake up and suddenly speak English with a French flavor, it may be sick.

In 1941, a Norwegian sister suffered a brain injury in an air strike, and after recovering, she said her native language began to bring a German flavor.

This is the world’s first record for the condition.

In December 2012, 81-year-old British man Alun Morgan woke up with a stroke and no longer speaks English or Welsh. He said he had lived in Wales with his family during World War II but did not learn the local language.

Australian woman Leanne Rowe suffered back and jaw injuries after a car accident in 2005. After recovering, She found that the more she didn’t speak English, the less clear she was, and eventually she became a mouthful of French English.

The condition is usually accompanied by brain damage, and researchers at the University of Oxford believe that certain parts of the brain control different parts of the language, and that the damage may change tone or mispronunciation, causing speech to sound accented.

6.Alice in Wonderland.

The symptoms are that when you observe something for a long time, it suddenly becomes bigger or smaller, like Alice in Wonderland. Sometimes there will be mosaics in front of us, and sometimes there will be a sense of space-time distortion. The disease is caused by lesions of the brain’s pillow bone and brain leaf, which can be caused by headache, hallucinogen toxicity, brain tumors, viral infections, or epilepsy.

7.Waterborne urticaria.

Also known as water allergy. In fact, the patient is allergic to certain ions in the water. Severe patients can only drink a small amount of cola to replenish their body’s water, bathing for up to ten seconds a week. And the disease is not congenital, mostly in women after childbirth, may be caused by hormone disorders in the body after childbirth.

8. Dysentery.

Also known as cyanosis, is a group of physical lesions caused by the abnormal accumulation of substances such as radon in the human body. The human body makes hemolyxine from radon as raw material, and once the enzymes that catalyz these reactions do not function properly, the radon material accumulates more and more, eventually leading to rickets. Some types of rickets may make the patient’s skin sensitive to sunlight. Possible patients include Van Gogh, George III, and Mary I. In addition, rickets may be the archetype of the vampire story, as patients are usually allergic to the irritating smell of sunlight and garlic, and the skin festers so that they look gaunt. And blood transfusions can be effective in alleviating symptoms, perhaps ancient patients by smoking and drinking blood treatment, resulting in vampire rumors.

9. Aggressive muscular osteoporosis.

Boneization occurs in the muscles and connective tissue of the patient’s body, especially in the injured area. The disease usually affects arm activity in their 10s due to calcification of the shoulder joint and vertebrae, and affects the hip joint in their 20s, eventually only for long periods of time in bed.

10. High-speed hemoglobinemia.

The disease causes the skin tone to turn blue. Because of high hemoglobin levels in the blood (up to 10 to 20 times the normal level), the patient’s blood oxygen supply is affected, often with heart disease, epilepsy, or even premature death. The number of patients is currently small, mainly in a mountainous family in Kentucky.

11. Heterophilia.

Heterophilia is a syndrome of a very complex variety of diseases caused by metabolic dysfunction, abnormal taste and poor diet management. People with the disease continue to bite non-nutritional substances such as dirt, paper, dirt, etc.

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