Huntington disease is a progressive brain disorder that causes uncontrolled movements, emotional problems, and loss of thinking ability (cognition). Adult-onset Huntington disease, the most common form of this disorder, usually appears in a person's thirties or forties.
- Cognitive: amnesia, delusion, lack of concentration, memory loss, mental confusion, slowness in activity, or difficulty thinking and understanding
- Muscular: abnormality walking, increased muscle activity, involuntary movements, problems with coordination, loss of muscle, or muscle spasms
- Behavioural: compulsive behaviour, fidgeting, irritability, or lack of restraint
- Psychological: delirium, depression, hallucination, or paranoia
- Mood: anxiety, apathy, or mood swings
- Also common: impaired voice, tremor, or weight loss
Severe constipation, blood impurity, lack of exercise and oil bath, less consumption of water, untimely food, unhealthy life style etc