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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis: How to Recognize and Treat the Disease Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune pathology damaging to the nervous system and developing at a young age. Pathology can provoke serious disability. Only timely diagnosis and proper therapy will slow down the disease progression and make it possible to create stable remission. Multiple sclerosis causes  It...

Osteochondrosis

What is osteochondrosis? Osteochondrosis is a degenerative pathology damaging the intervertebral cartilage and bone structure. In the normal organism functioning, discs in the spinal column soften the load on it, minimizing tension. Pathology complicates these processes, accompanied by strong pain. Osteochondrosis types Spinal osteochondrosis – in the intervertebral disc, nutrition and metabolism are disturbed, it...

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Symptoms, Diagnostic and Treatment Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a progressive pathology of the nervous system that damages nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord and causes loss of muscle control. Sometimes it’s hereditary. Lateral amyotrophic sclerosis types Making the correct ALS diagnosis is difficult, as the symptoms manifest themselves in different...

Essential tremor

Essential Tremor: Disease Causes and Treatments Essential tremor – nervous system defect provoking unconscious trembling in a certain rhythm. The disease affects any part of the body, but most often occurs on the hands – especially when performing ordinary activities: eating or cleaning, etc. Pathology is not dangerous at the initial stage, but over time...

Epilepsy

Epilepsy Causes, Main Symptoms and Treatment   What is epilepsy? Epilepsy is a pathology affecting the cerebrum by preventing full-functional nerve signals transmission. Consequently, convulsions occur – conditions when a person’s behavior and consciousness changes. It’s impossible to control such conditions, nevertheless, there are certain preventive methods. Epilepsy is a chronic pathology. Attacks recur from time...

Syringomyelia

Syringomyelia: Disease Nature and How to Treat Syringomyelia is a liquid-filled cyst development in spinal medulla. Pathology progresses stably, hitting the spinal cord and provoking pain and other uncomfortable manifestations. Pathology has certain clear roots, although it occurs when cerebrum tissue protrudes into the spinal canal (specific deformation). The causes involve spinal tumors, back trauma,...

Dystonia

Dystonia: Pathology Nature and Cure Methods Dystonia is a motion disturbance provoking rhythmic muscle contraction and causing twisting repetitions. Pathology hits a specific organ, 2 or more adjoining structures, or the whole organism. Muscle spasms reach different strengths in their manifestation – from feeble to strong. They provoke pain interfering with usual life operations. Dystonia...

Migraine

Migraine: Causes and Cure Migraine is a phenomenon frequently encountered in many people. Main defect symptom is a strong ache in the head or face. Pain may differently manifest itself: throbbing, sharp, etc. Headache types In medicine, 150+ headache types are described. They are divided into 2 groups. Primary headaches aren’t connected with other illnesses...

Parkinson’s disease

Causes of Parkinson’s disease. Therapy Methods Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative cerebrum pathology developed in old age. Disease worsens the condition of individual parts of the organ, causing slow movements, tremors, problems with balancing, and so on. Parkinson’s disease, the affected brain part becomes less functional, causing more complex symptoms later on. Pathology has a...

Alzheimer’s disease

Why Does Alzheimer’s Disease Occur? Treatment Methods Alzheimer’s disease is a gradual neurological pathology provoking the brain cells dying. Illness can cause dementia – gradual mental, behavioral reactions decrease, affecting the person’s capability to perform certain functions independently. The early stages in Alzheimer’s disease are manifested in the person’s inability to bear in mind events...