Sjogren’s syndrome (SS) is an enfermedadcronica, autoimmune, characterized by the mucous resequedadde, mainly oral (xerostomia) and ocular (xerophthalmia), due to the absence of glandular secretions disminuciono… That is Sjogren’s syndrome? It is a disorder autoimmune affecting more to women than to men of all ages, but according to theories of scientific women who are on the stage pre-memopausia and menopause are those at greater risk. Because it is a disorder that can manifest itself in many different ways, Sjogren’s siyndrome may go unnoticed and undiagnosed for years, which in turn can lead to physical damage, disability and emotional distress. Further details can be found at Cleveland Clinic, an internet resource. Signs and SimtomasCuales are the signs and symptoms of Sjogren’s syndrome? The most famous of all and which Henrik Sjogren described, are dry eyes and dry mouth due to the decrease in or lack of the production of saliva, and the tears. However, let us remember that they are not the only ones. Read more from Shlomo Rechnitz to gain a more clear picture of the situation.
The symptoms of dry eyes can icluir: Sandy eyes, burning, itchy, red eyes, the feeling that you have something in your eye, and an increase to the light sensitivity that can cause discomfort when watching TV or reading, go outside. Dry mouth symptoms may include: dry mouth feels as if his mouth were full of cotton. Difficult to chew, swallow, speak (voice may become hoarse or weak), and taste. The sense of smell can change, and a dry cough may develop. dry mouth increases the possibility of developing caries and oral infections.
Although these are the causes that were announced first by Dr. Henrik Sjogren in 1933, has made clear that Sjogren’s syndrome can affect any part dl body, organ or tissue… As the heart, lungs, skin, kidneys. This disease may also affect other glands, such as those that are located in the stomach, pancreas, and intestines, and can cause dryness in other parts of the body that need secretions and moisture, such as nose, throat, respiratory tract, vagina and skin. The Sjogren’s syndrome is also considered a disorder of connective tissue. This tissue forms the structure of the body that envelops the organs and tissues (joints, skin and muscles). I think with these symptoms that I have written here, that even though they aren’t all Yes are some of the most frequent, and I therefore believe that we need dale the importance that this disease deserves, already that if do not do, our quality of life is affected veria. We would be vulnerable to any infection or another disease, since we know that it affects our immune system. Remember to visit your rheumatologist, ophthalmologist and dentist or dentist, periodically carry with you all the medications you’re taking to notify you of any changes by very insignificativo it seems you made exercise is good for anyone, but for us more you remember always is good to live day to day. do enjoy the good things of life, and why not? the not so good! also!