Rare Aging and Endocrine Disease

Aging is a combination of degenerative changes that happen in living beings that doesn’t have the capacity to constantly recover. Aging is a main risk factor for most collective neurodegenerative diseases. The rare aging diseases are most common in children. The most common type of aging diseases is Progeria. The children turn older in at a very tender age. The life span of these children is not more than 13. The cause of this disease is due to sporadic mutation of the LMNA gene coding for a structural protein, Lamina A. Progerin is the truncated version of this structural protein. The diagnosis has been discovered but the cure has not yet been discovered for this disease. There are many life threatening aging diseases which are as follows.

Endocrine diseases in rare condition are caused due to hormonal changes, either increase or decrease in the release of hormonal secretions into the blood stream. Many diseases are enclosed in this particular group. They are: Addison’s disease, Cushing syndrome, Acromegaly, Diabetes insipid us, adrenocortical carcinoma, Anorchia, Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome, Gigantism and many more. These diseases are diagnosed and the cause is known but only some of them can be treated.


  • Premature aging syndromes
  • Mysterious conditions
  • Reactive attachment disorder
  • Terminal leukodystrophy

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