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MEBO - UBIOME study 2018

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Saturday, August 4, 2018

Crissan Rosalia Mental Health Column: Anxiety Part 2

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AUGUST 2018

MEBO Mental Health Monthly Column
MEBO Mental Health Director
ANXIETY
Part 2
Causes, symptoms and diagnosis
of the different types of anxiety
in malodor and PATM patients

Misdiagnosis is very common, due to the incorrect focus and observations of the professional. They discount or have not been able to detect the odor symptoms which can lead to diagnosis with a wrong label.
In her July Mental Health Column, Crissan introduced and defined anxiety, stress and distress in malodor/PATM conditions. In this Part 2 of 3 topics on anxiety, Crissan spotlights the various manifestations of anxiety in the life of a malodor and PATM sufferer, and she portrays factors contributing to the development and intensity of the variety of anxiety disorders. She discusses in a very relevant manner the development process and expression of anxiety in sufferers of these conditions, which include Panic Disorder, Social Phobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Generalized Anxiety Disorders.

Her most interesting conclusion, which is very specific to our community, is that these psychological symptoms of anxiety are not solely based on psychological component, but rather due to the presence of a medical and metabolic condition. She adds, "Misdiagnosis is very common, due to the incorrect focus and observations of the professional. They discount or have not been able to detect the odor symptoms which can lead to diagnosis with a wrong label."

It is also possible that anxiety symptoms are not solely based on a psychological component, but that these symptoms may arise due to the presence of a medical and metabolic condition such as Trimethylaminuria. More research is needed in this area. Some patients have also reported having other conditions, such has heart disease, Diabetes, Asthma, Sjogren’s syndrome and IBS besides Trimethylaminuria which are also correlated to anxiety. Professionals should be careful when diagnosing patients, a more suitable diagnosis might be anxiety due to a medical condition. This implies that the medical condition is the primary condition and the mental symptoms are secondary.

...This implies that the medical condition is the primary condition and the mental symptoms are secondary.


Our most sincere gratitude goes out to Crissan, our MEBO Mental Health Director, for her ongoing dedication to our community!


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