About NDH Syndrome

Diabetes Mellitus, Neonatal, with Congenital Hypothyroidism, also known as neonatal diabetes mellitus with congenital hypothyroidism, is related to neonatal diabetes and hypothyroidism. An important gene associated with Diabetes Mellitus, Neonatal, with Congenital Hypothyroidism is GLIS3 (GLIS Family Zinc Finger 3), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Thyroid hormones production and peripheral downstream signaling effects and Metabolism of amine-derived hormones. Affiliated tissues include thyroid and kidney, and related phenotypes are osteopenia and splenomegaly

Major Symptoms of NDH Syndrome

NDH syndrome is a rare autoimmune disorder that primarily affects the nervous system. Some of the major symptoms include progressive muscle weakness, muscle stiffness, and difficulty with walking. Additionally, there may be symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and joint pain.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with NDH Syndrome

For patients with NDH syndrome, aspects we need to pay attention to include quality of life and activity ability. Therefore, when choosing a lifestyle, patients should maintain a regular schedule as much as possible, ensure adequate rest, and avoid overexertion. In addition, patients should avoid high-intensity and strenuous exercise to avoid aggravating the condition. In terms of diet, patients should eat more foods rich in vitamins, minerals and protein to maintain balanced nutrition. At the same time, avoid eating spicy, greasy, irritating foods, as well as overly refined ingredients, so as not to affect digestion and absorption. In short, for patients with NDH syndrome, we should pay attention to the balance between quality of life and activity ability, and provide patients with a comfortable living environment.

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