As we are evolving we are coming across various diseases that we didn’t even know existed and this is turning out to be fatal as most of the diseases are incurable or the cures are so expensive that there is no way we can save a common person with it.
Trigeminal Neuralgia is the condition that is often described as sharp shooting pain in the face or like having an electric shock in the jaw, teeth or gums. Its also known as the Suicide disease because the people who have it such levels of unbearable pain that they kill themselves just to get away from the pain. The pain is said to be the worst kind of pain known to mankind to date and this alone gives us the chills and horrifies us. Emily Clarke, 30 a resident of London from New York, United States, has been diagnosed with this disease since 2014 when she first experienced her immense pain by a simple task of eating a raspberry. Emily's new team of neurologists diagnosed her with typical and atypical trigeminal neuralgia, a hemiplegic migraine, and migraine with aura after she had brain surgery with the Teflon being placed before the trigeminal nerve to block the seizures. For two years, Emily continual to unwell accomplishes the discomfort via nerve blocks, Botox doses and a variation of medicines, which her body was unvaryingly impotent to bear.
Emily went on to study to convert an all-inclusive health and wellness coach, and using food as her new medicine, began weaning herself off prescription drugs.
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