Factor 10 disease

factor 10 disease

1- Disease classification: a kind of psychosomatic disease (review disease classification here).
2- Disease description:
Type of patient: young adults and middle age, male > female
Symptoms and signs
The person may c/o usually unrelated symptoms that my include
– unjustified mood change, e.g. depression
– laziness, fatigue, drowsiness, malaise
– defective concentration, haziness
– muscle cramps, pain, heaviness
– intolerance to drink enough water, waterphobia
– intolerance to cold or hot weather
– emotional instability
– maybe some degree of lack of judgment, hesitation
Vital signs
body temperature: may be slightly decreased
pulse: can be slightly increased, high normal
blood pressure: tends to be lower average range
Disease onset: gradual or insidious
Disease course: intermittent or chronic
Prognosis: variable, according to person’s attitude
Investigations: usually normal
Treatment and prevention: according to disease chart
3- Disease chart
Elements:
Movement —> 50%
Emotion —> 50%
Agent —> 0%
Factors:
Work engagement —> 33%
Food and drink —> 33%
Hygiene —> 33%
4- Pathophysiology
The person would be of the melancholic type of personality (see the four human temperaments: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_temperaments). The factor 10 disease may be rationalized as a perturbed equilibrium of the body energy balance (see the four-element view of body components: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_element).

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