SMARANDACHE'S SYNDROME


 


    Is characterized by nose frequently bleeding under stress, fear, restlessness, tiredness, nervousness, prolonged unhappiness.  This is the way the organism discharges, thus re-establishing the equilibrium, and it is fortunate because the hemorrhage is not interior which would cause death of patient.
    The bleeding is cause by the nervous system, not by physical injury.
As a result of anxiety, Smarandache (1998, 2002) introduced what Seleacu (2003) later called Smarandache’s Syndrome, which is characterized by nose frequently bleeding under stress, fear and restlessness (Idri, 2014).

 

References:

Idri, Nadia (2014). Fear of Negative Evaluation as a Variety of   Anxiety   in   Foreign Language Learning:  the  Case of  First Year  LMD  Students  of  English at  Bejaia University, Degree of Doctorate En-Sciences in Didactics of English, University of Constantine 01, Algeria.

Seleacu, V. (2003). Reflexions on Smarandache Syndrome and Complex, Arhivele Statului Valcea : Rm. Valcea, special collections 1982-2005.

Smarandache, F. (1998). Neutrosophy Probability Set and Logic. American Res. Press, Rehoboth, http://fs.unm.edu/ebook-neutrosophics6.pdf 

Smarandache, F. (1998). My Syndrome, in “Neutrosophy. Neutrosophic Probability, Set, and Logic", American Res. Press, Rehoboth, USA, p. 33, 1998.

Smarandache, F. (2002). Neutrosophy, A New Branch of Philosophy, <Multiple Valued Logic / An International Journal>, USA, ISSN 1023-6627, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 297-384, 2002.