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Technology, along with medicine, is highly developed and continues to evolve. Scientists have discovered many diseases that caused the death of hundreds of people fifty years ago. they have found a cure.

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However, due to the complexity of the brain and the obscurity of many parts of it, brain is full of parts still waiting to be discovered. Neuropsychiatric syndromes are one of these parties. We have compiled a few of the syndromes that are rarely seen in the world and which still do not have clear findings about the cause!

Zombie looks like it came out of cinemas: Living Dead Syndrome

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Cotard Syndrome or otherwise To Living Dead Syndrome individuals think that they or their body parts are dead or dying. Cotard Syndrome, a very rare neuropsychiatric disorder seen in approximately 100 individuals in the world, was first described in 1880. Jules Cotard.

One of the individuals suffering from Cotard syndrome was a man named Graham. When the doctors performed a PET scan to analyze Graham’s brain functions, they found a surprising result. His physician explained: “Graham’s brain functions are very similar to the brain functions of someone who is asleep or under general anesthesia. ”’

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Graham , to New Scientist

“I lost my sense of smell and taste. I didn’t need to eat, talk or do anything random,” he said in an interview during the beautification era . “I spent time in the cemetery because that’s where I was closest to death.”

Because Cotard Syndrome is so rare, it relies on individual case studies. Although it is more likely to be seen in people with schizophrenia and similar diseases, it is a disorder that does not have a single cause and is thought to be triggered by various diseases.

Inability to perceive: Alice in Wonderland Syndrome

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You may have heard of the Alice in Wonderland book or movie. A young girl named Alice finds herself in the land of perfection as a result of following a rabbit and becomes quite small in size. People with Todd Syndrome, also known as Alice in the Perfect Land Syndrome, cannot perceive the spacing or dimensions of themselves or objects, although there is no physical reality as Alice lives.

The exact cause of the syndrome, as with many other rare psychiatric syndromes, is unknown, but one of the primary causes is thought to be migraine. It is in the midst of situations that have been observed to bring along auditory, tactile and time perception disorders.

The waste of idealizing: Paris Syndrome

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Paris, which is an idealized European city for many reasons such as its atmosphere, people, art and architectural structure, is probably at the top of the list of places to visit for many people. For this reason, some people may go to Paris with great expectations. Because of the deep sorrow of not meeting their expectations, Paris syndrome they can experience the disease.

The Japanese, who are quite different from the rest of the world with their culture, are among those most affected by the Paris syndrome. Nearly 20 Japanese are affected by this syndrome every year, so much that there is even a Paris mainstay in Japan.

Men get pregnant too: Couvade Syndrome

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Many physical and emotional changes are observed in expectant mothers who experience pregnancy. Although physical effects are not observed in father candidates, emotional changes can be experienced together. However, if this situation is exaggerated a little and even if she experiences physical pregnancy symptoms such as vomiting, craving, and nausea with her partner, Couvade Syndrome or Sympathetic Pregnancy is given the name.

Couvade Syndrome was first described by the French Basque in the 17th century. Since the symptoms usually disappear with birth, it is not considered a disease like other syndromes and there is no need for treatment except for advanced events.

Transformation from human to animal: Ox Syndrome

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Couvade Syndrome was first discovered in the 17th century. French Basque. Since the symptoms usually disappear with birth, it is not considered a disease like other syndromes and treatment is not needed except for advanced events.

Since it is a rare disorder, it is tried to be found through personal events. But porphyria, syphilis, paralysis is thought to be caused by diseases such as. Today, hypnosis is used as a treatment procedure.

Fighting sickness: Puerto Rican Syndrome

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It is a type of syndrome that is a little more dangerous than other syndromes. Puerto Rican Syndrome, also known as fighting disease. Persons suffering from this syndrome the desire to fight physically, even with people they do not know, without a reason they can hear.

Although there are many reasons for the occurrence of the syndrome, it can cause problems such as domestic traumas, the death of a loved one, and violence.

Supposedly I heard a voice: Exploding Head Syndrome

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Exploding head syndrome is a sudden onset of a gun, door, or lightning strike during sleep. with the sound of an explosion is waking up in great terror and panic. It does not cause physical damage to the person or to his/her surroundings, but it disturbs the person’s sleep considerably.

Like many rare syndromes, it does not have a definite cause, but it can be said that conditions such as tension, depression, drug use, dementia in the elderly, narcolepsy, sleep apnea have an effect.

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