People with pyroluria may experience anxiety symptoms such as feelings of fear or dread, racing heart, and difficulty breathing.
Depression symptoms associated with pyroluria might include feelings of hopelessness, lack of motivation, and difficulty enjoying activities that used to bring joy.
3. Problems with concentration:
Pyroluria may lead to difficulty concentrating and staying focused on tasks, as well as problems with short-term memory.
4. Poor memory:
Poor memory is a common symptom of pyroluria. People may find it difficult to remember recent events, or even conversations they’ve just had.
Fatigue can be a sign of pyroluria; people might feel tired after only minimal exertion and have low energy levels overall despite getting enough sleep.
6. Pale skin:
Skin paleness can be a sign of pyroluria; people may also notice dark circles under their eyes.
7. Sensitivity to light and noise:
People with pyroluria may be sensitive to bright lights, loud noises, and other environmental stimulants.
8. White spots on nails:
People with the condition might have white spots or lines on their fingernails that are not usually present.
9. Aberrant behaviors or thinking patterns:
People with pyroluria may display aberrant behaviors or thinking patterns that are out of character for them.
10. Easily overwhelmed:
Pyroluria sufferers may feel easily overwhelmed by normal day-to-day activities, leading to feelings of distress and anxiety.