M June 7, 2013 06:44 am JST June 7, 2013 | 07:38 am JST 146 Comments

M June 7, 2013 06:44 am JST June 7, 2013 | 07:38 am JST 146 Comments

In Japanese, « kogen-byo » is connective muscle condition (formerly known as collagen illness), and used to spell it out systemic autoimmune diseases such as lupus.

But Japanese men are often struggling with an outbreak of a brand new infection, and Shukan Taishu (June 17) believes it really is on to one thing. This has changed the syllable that is first « ko » to « sai,  » therefore changing the title to « saigen-byo,  » meaning conditions brought on by the stresses and strains to be wed up to a « monster » spouse.

This disorder, states the magazine, may rapidly be spreading.

« I could not determine what had been causing it,  » moaned Mr the, a 45-year-old mid-level supervisor at a construction business. « I do not smoke or are drinking alcoholic beverages, and on weekends we go right to the fitness center to help keep fit. But through the end of just last year, all over time we knocked down work, we’d feel aches in your community of my temples, and even though riding the train house, I would establish heartbeat that is rapid. (suite…)

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