______1 in 11 people suffer from “Permanent Anemia”. The patient suffers from sneezing, loss of appetite, deliria, memory loss (not in all cases), and burning urination (uncommon).
What should you expect: sneezing and a loss of appetite slowly increase in severity over several hours, but both symptoms are always experienced at some time? After the initial onset, sneezing usually fades away, but never completely. Around this time delirium is experienced by all cases so far. The experience of delirium is often experienced more severe due to the experience of a loss of appetite. After a few more days memory loss is experienced often and is usually experienced in the evening. Throughout the course of the disease, burning urination may be experienced, but only in a minority of people and may be experienced for a long time.
           Its cause is unknown, but a weakened immune system is usually part of it. This is worsened by: Heavy exercise or labor, exertion or poor nutrition. It is treated with medication routine and in some cases a surgical procedure.
           In teenagers case this comes with another disease called “Pink Amnesia”. A dry skin and chest pain slowly increase in severity over several hours, but both symptoms are always experienced at some time. After the initial onset, a dry skin usually fades away, but never completely. Around this time pupil dilation is experienced by almost all cases. The experience of pupil dilation may be experienced more strongly in combination with the experience of chest pain. After a few more days a loss of taste is experienced infrequently and is usually experienced in the evening. Throughout the course of the disease, eye twitching may be experienced, but only in some extreme cases and is generally not experienced to extreme levels. This is made worse by being overweight and eating spicy food. One in four teenagers has “Pink Amnesia”. It can be treated with meditation and dietary supplement routine.