Disney cartoons have filled the lives of many children with magic and illusion. But, did you know that it is not the only thing they have done? They have contributed to science by naming various diseases. It seems that these well-known stories have a deeper background than we imagined.
6 Diseases that Disney named them
1- Cinderella Syndrome
It is a disease faced by those who are not able to face their problems . These people always need someone to solve their lives and they do not feel capable of doing it for themselves. Sure you know someone who suffers.
2- Peter Pan syndrome
It happens to those adults who they never 'mature' and they do not want to take responsibility. People who suffer from it seem to live in an eternal adolescence or childhood and do not want to move forward. But unfortunately, this is not always possible and can cause problems.
3- Alice in Wonderland Syndrome
This neurological disorder causes those who suffer it to stop seeing reality as it is . They see objects in a different way from the original, they change the perception of color and they even stop recognizing familiar faces. However, they are aware that these are optical illusions.
4- Sleeping Beauty Syndrome
they suffer can reach sleep between 15 and 20 hours a day . Although it may seem silly, it can be a real problem to lead a normal life.
5- Rapunzel syndrome
] One of the most severe syndromes, these people acquire an obsessive behavior and can not stop eating their own hair . This causes an intestinal blockage that causes that in many cases they have to be surgically intervened to remove their hair.
6- Wendy's syndrome
It is very widespread among the mothers and fathers of the 21st century. Those who suffer from it have a behavior of overprotection about their children .
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Source: los40 / msn / nalgasylibros