A Horrifying Rise Of A Relatively Unknown Disorder.


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John’s Story

John sat at his kitchen table, staring blankly at the pile of chalk in front of him. He had been craving it for weeks now, and no matter how hard he tried, he just couldn’t resist the urge to eat it. He had always been a bit of a picky eater, but this was different. He wasn’t hungry, and the chalk didn’t taste good. It was just something he felt he needed. In fact, it was not a need as much as a compulsion.

As the months passed by, things got worse, and he wound up in the emergency room, foaming at the mouth, almost unconscious and gravely ill…

We will explore what happened to John, although it is not common, it is not uncommon for varying degrees of this to happen. John’s case left him almost semi-conscious in the hospital for a year.

There have been many examples of people have been institutionalized because of this unnoticed and undiagnosed disorder. There has been a large rise of this disorder/ In fact, you or someone you know may be a victim of it in a mild to extreme form.

Join us as we explore John’s journey and this growing health situation that is one of the most misdiagnosed, from the youngest to the oldest, and may be the key to open up new avenues on long “closed cases”.

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