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epilepsy - symptoms and causes

What is epilepsy? According to modern ideas, epilepsy is a group of different diseases, the main manifestation of epileptic seizures. Based on the achievements of contemporary science, it has been shown that an epileptic seizure occurs as a result of the disorder processes of excitation and inhibition in the cells of the cerebral cortex. The…

Depression in dementia

Dementia is  characterised by the degradation of memory, thinking, behavior and ability to perform daily activities. Everyone experiences extreme emotional suffering from time to time; it might be a one-time incident or even depression, which is a strong predictor of dementia. In general, depression is a chronic illness that might last for weeks or months….

types and stages of neuropathy

Neuropathy is a disease characterised by damage to one or more nerves of the peripheral nervous system. It includes the cranial and spinal nerves, as well as the nerves and plexuses of the autonomic nervous system. Neuropathy appears as a sensitivity disorder, pain in the affected area, convulsions, muscle weakness and difficulty in movement.  Presumably,…

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disease consisting of movement disorders. Early symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include the following items: Tremor; Small Handwriting; Loss of smell; Voice changes; Sleep disorders; Slowness of movement; Changing of Facial Expression (Masked Face); Dizziness or Fainting. According to statistics, there are approximately half a million patients with Parkinson’s disease in…

What is neuropathy in diabetes? It is a condition that occurs as a result of untreated or late-diagnosed diabetes mellitus, which manifests itself in a degenerative lesion of all elements of the nervous system. This disease often occurs 15-25 years after the onset of diabetes in a person. This pathological condition is characterized by damage…

Wondering what causes Parkinson’s disease, you may find different triggers. Gender, age, genetics, and environmental factors are the most frequent reasons for gradually or suddenly developing severe neurological deterioration in tremors and motor dysfunctions.  According to Michael J. Fox Foundation research, a combination of the different Parkinson’s-provoked causes contributes to a sharp growth of this…

Stages of Alzheimer's Disease

Although medicine has advanced far ahead, unfortunately, not every disease can be cured. One of them is Alzheimer’s disease. Suppose you or your relatives are faced with this disease. In that case, it is necessary to know how many stages of Alzheimer’s disease exist and what signs indicate one or another stage in developing this…

myasthenia gravis

Myasthenia gravis ptosis is a condition in which the upper eyelid drops, causing the pupil to close and vision impairment. Usually, the edge of the upper eyelid covers the iris of the eye by about 1.5 mm. If the eyelid drops below the upper edge of the iris by more than 2 mm, this indicates…

Orthostatic Hypotension

Orthostatic Hypotension or Postural Hypotension (Coat Hanger Pain) is a form of arterial hypotension in which blood pressure drops sharply when the body position changes from a sitting or lying position to a standing position. The patient experiences dizziness or a feeling of emptiness in the head and may even faint. Sometimes similar conditions occur…

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a neurological disorder characterized by inflammation of nerve roots and peripheral nerves. The main symptoms of this disease are weakness in the arms and legs, unsteadiness when walking, and a feeling of numbness in the hands. This pathology is capable of acquiring an autoimmune character. Researchers note a group…

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