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In the regulations, specific examples of physical impairments include: Alcoholism, Cancer, Cerebral palsy, Diabetes, Drug addiction, Epilepsy, Hearing impairments, Heart disease, HIV disease (symptomatic or asymptomatic), Muscular dystrophy, Multiple sclerosis, Orthopedic impairments, Speech impairments, Tuberculosis, Visual impairments In the regulations, specific examples of physical impairments include: Alcoholism, Cancer, Cerebral palsy, Diabetes, Drug addiction, Epilepsy, Hearing impairments, Heart disease, HIV disease (symptomatic or asymptomatic), Muscular dystrophy, Multiple sclerosis, Orthopedic impairments, Speech impairments, Tuberculosis, Visual impairments In the regulations, specific examples of physical impairments include: Alcoholism, Cancer, Cerebral palsy, Diabetes, Drug addiction, Epilepsy, Hearing impairments, Heart disease, HIV disease (symptomatic or asymptomatic), Muscular dystrophy, Multiple sclerosis, Orthopedic impairments, Speech impairments, Tuberculosis, Visual impairments Mental impairment means: Any mental or psychological disorder, such as mental retardation, organic brain syndrome, emotional or mental illness, and specific learning disabilities. The ADA does not list all possible diseases or conditions, because this would be impossible. However, general stress or irritability due to life pressures is not considered a mental impairment. On the other hand, a phobia or severe anxiety that substantially limits major life activities probably would be considered a mental impairment. Mental impairment means: Any mental or psychological disorder, such as mental retardation, organic brain syndrome, emotional or mental illness, and specific learning disabilities. The ADA does not list all possible diseases or conditions, because this would be impossible. However, general stress or irritability due to life pressures is not considered a mental impairment. On the other hand, a phobia or severe anxiety that substantially limits major life activities probably would be considered a mental impairment. Record of an impairment means that the person has a history of a disability (this includes people who were misdiagnosed with a mental illness or learning disability).  The ADA aims to protect such individuals from discrimination). Record of an impairment means that the person has a history of a disability (this includes people who were misdiagnosed with a mental illness or learning disability).  The ADA aims to protect such individuals from discrimination).