Marfan Syndrome is a genetic abnormality which can be life-threatening.
It is a condition that weakens the connective tissue that supports numerous organs, bones, muscles, and the body itself.
This is due to a mutation in the FBN1 gene, which determines the synthesis of fibrillin 1, a protein that helps to strengthen connective tissues.
It is a disorder that can impair the body's structure, the heart, and the eyes.
A lengthy body shape, disproportionately long limbs and fingers, spine and chest abnormalities, and flat feet are also symptoms.
Although it is impossible to completely eliminate this ailment, the patient can certainly become self-sufficient and enhance their quality of life with external and internal Ayurveda treatments and yoga that strengthen the muscle fibres.