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Strategy for Living with Dystonia

Life with dystonia can be difficult and time-consuming. First, the disease frightens people, isolating them from many. But people with dystonia don’t have to be alone. Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder. It causes involuntary contractions, tremors, and spasms. The disease may cause pain or make it difficult to perform everyday activities.  If you have…

Williams disease

Williams syndrome is a genetic disease diagnosed among people of both sexes. The first signs of pathology can be in newborns. And with adulthood, the symptoms become more pronounced. Usually, doctors diagnose Williams disease at an early age of kids. It has the following symptoms:   Mild or moderate intellectual disability; Slow development of motor…

carpal tunnel syndrome self test

Do you have numbness and tingling in your hands, but you take it as usual physical overwork? It is worth doing a carpal tunnel self test. Such symptoms can state carpal tunnel syndrome. Here are examples of self-diagnosis that you can do:   Tinel’s test; Phalen’s test; The bent arm test; Durkan test.   Experts…

girl with muscular dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy (MD) is a hereditary disease in the muscular system. It can be in several forms, such as: Myotonic; Duchenne; Facioscapulohumeral; Becker; Limb-girdle; Oculopharyngeal.   These conditions affect some of the functions that are responsible for the patient’s physical activity. In addition, it can affect the functioning of the heart, respiratory organs, and even…

dystonia types

Dystonia is a movement disorder. If a patient has this disease, his muscles can involuntarily contract. Doctors talk about several types of dystonia, such as: Generalized; Focal; Multifocular; Segmental. They differ from each other in the area of damage to the body. So, a generalized type of dystonia can affect all body parts. While other…

genetic neurological disorders

Some neurological diseases are inherited. Among the most common inherited neurological disorders are the following: Alzheimer’s disease; Epilepsy; Huntington’s disease; Dyslexia; Parkinson’s disease; Tourette’s syndrome; Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. A lot of these genetic conditions are severe for patients. Some of them gradually lead to the loss of the ability to perform the necessary things independently….

diabetic neuropathy vs peripheral artery disease

Sometimes, patients do not understand why their legs or feet constantly hurt. They think it is due to a lot of physical activity or uncomfortable shoes. However, it could be diabetes. So, for example, against the background of diabetes, the patient may experience pain in the foot, cramps, or numbness. It could be diabetic neuropathy….

life expectancy after a mini stroke

TIAs or mini strokes last only a few minutes but can affect a patient’s long life. Such a problem can be an important warning that a patient will have a stroke very soon. If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of a TIA, you need to see a doctor immediately. A mini-stroke can…

head injury

A head injury can threaten the full functioning of the brain, body, and even life. In some patients, the head injury may be mild. It also may not interfere with their livelihoods. However, a head injury can result in significant health problems and even be life-threatening. Therefore, a patient who has received a blow in…

spine injury

We have a spinal cord for transmitting signals. Sometimes, patients get this injury because of a traumatic blow to the vertebrae. You should know that a severe type of such injury can tear it completely. When we talk about spinal cord injuries, we need to say that there are two main types. So, a patient…

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