Book new releases about the disease Huntington’s disease and the family life of a small family of Bruhl, Baden. Huntington’s disease is a still incurable hereditary disease of the nervous system. Usually between 30 and 60 years of age it leads to first symptoms such as movement disorders and mental health problems. Some patients develop multiple personalities, show persecution mania, dementia symptoms and become depressed. Usually, the families of patients withdraw from the environment out of shame. The Baral chose a very different path Andreas Kahraman, whose women was affected by this disease. He wrote the book “Huntington’s disease in the living room war” about this chapter of his life.
In it, he describes what catastrophic consequences the outbreak brought the disease for his family. With the book he would show other victims, that you should not resign, but should actively go ahead. He has also written the book for his son, because “he does not understand things now still, but if it grows, interested in him certainly, what happened to our little family.” In the book it seems so, Andreas Kahraman dropped his wife with the briefing in the Psychiatry simply, but that was not the case, he stressed in the interview. On the contrary, still he follow with interest the course of disease. His wife, reported, recognize anyone anymore, and could run through the physical decline, bringing the disease with them, no longer, or not properly simplest movements.
Andreas Kahraman about Bruhler City Hall is full of praise, “the Mayor and his staff have supportive everywhere, where they could, and they are still interested in how everything evolves”. “Now we’re fine as far as, my son and I have found back in almost all areas of a normal life,” Kahraman accounted for in the conversation. Why was he looking for the public with his book? After all expected it should be that this fuels discussions about him, his wife, his son, but above all. “Already “now much whispered talk and develop people quickly to her own Wahrheit.Als problems got my wife to keep the balance and is dropped when shopping, it immediately was that which was drunk in broad daylight.” Then it would be better if the people knew the facts. And also he could make courage so maybe other affected families, Huntington’s disease not to resign, but openly and honestly with the disease apart to put up and to confront the difficulties. “Huntington’s disease in the living room war” reads easily and well understood and is quickly written. The book by Andreas Kahraman with ISBN number 978-3-86870-096-1 appeared in the ReDiRoma Publishing House.