Manchester, watching your favorite football team can indeed compete trigger own emotions. A woman in Manchester, England who suffered from a rare hormonal disorder almost died while watching his favorite team Manchester United.
A 58-year-old woman known as one fan Manchester United. But doctors said the stress experienced while watching his favorite team was playing once nearly killed him.
The doctor said she is supporting the Red Devils will experience symptoms worse toward the end of the game or key moments such penalties.
“One time he left the stage because he felt unwell, but while in the hospital and underwent a series of examination is known he has a ‘Addisonian crisis‘, this condition is not lucky to make it die,” said Dr. Akbar Choudhry who treated at Trafford General Hospital, was quoted as saying from Dailymail.
This woman is known to suffer from ‘Addisonian crisis’ is a rare disorder that could threaten his life due to lack of the stress hormone cortisol. This is dangerous because when he watches his team play so it prone to severe anxiety and panic attacks.
If not treated, then this condition can cause complications such as heart attack, stroke, coma and even death. Since the condition is unknown, these women now have to take medicine every day to replace the missing hormone or less.
Treatment has helped relieve the symptoms appear and during his team to triumph then he is free from the situation that makes it very stressful.
Addisonian crisis is a very serious manifestations of Addison’s disease caused by the adrenal glands do not produce enough hormone cortisol. The main symptoms that appear are fatigue, lethargy and low mood. Typically known through blood tests.
“We believe our patients are physiologically have difficulty responding appropriately hormone cortisol during the big game, so we can say that Manchester United’s lead to Addisonian crisis,” said Dr. Choudrhy.
Medical advances that exist today make the average life expectancy of patients has increased significantly over the last 50 years. Although people with Addison’s disease are at higher risk of heart disease and cancer.
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