Luc Reid writes about the psychology of habits at The Willpower Engine. His new eBook is Bam! 172 Hellaciously Quick Stories.

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Limb Enigma Disorder. An Introduction.

by SaraG

Limb-Reanimation Dysphoria, also known as Limb Enigma Disorder or LED is a recently described condition ailing those patients whose limbs have needed extensive reanimation techniques. It is obvious that limb-reanimation–usually due to heart failure to the limb–is a specially traumatic medical intervention, particularly for those patients who, except for their limbs, remain conscious during the affair. The majority of patients experience some sadness, heaviness and lack of joie de vivre in their limbs for a few days, but in a small percentage of cases, this condition becomes persistent and merits the diagnosis of LED.

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