Neurological Diseases

Sweaty Back (Perspiration) Causes and Remedies

Sweating is a natural mechanism that is intended to cool down the body. While it is primarily intended for thermoregulation, at times sweating can become excessive even though there are not temperature-related issues. This can prove to be uncomfortable, inconvenient and even embarrassing. Apart from the odor that may be >> Read More ...

Weak Nerves Meaning, Causes, Types, Symptoms

The nerves are the communication lines of the body. It has to work efficiently to ensure that messages are transported throughout the body for the system to function. Sometimes nerves become diseased or damaged in various ways, or malfunctions despite the nerve structure being intact. When this happens, then the >> Read More ...

Neuralgia (Nerve Pain) Causes, Types, Symptoms, Treatment

The nerves play an important role in the body by carrying signals to and from the spinal cord and brain (central nervous system). In this way sensory signals can feed back sensations to the central nervous system (CNS) and transmit signals to different parts of the body from the CNS. It is one of the body’s way of >> Read More ...

Morning Dizziness (After Waking, Sleeping) Causes

Not every person can be bright, happy and bursting with energy in the morning. Some people are able to ‘recharge’ fully after a good night’s sleep while others just roll along till they get going later in the day. Neither of these extremes are considered to be a problem unless the latter is accompanied by >> Read More ...

Cysticercosis (Brain Tapeworm), Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Tapeworms are well known for causing intestinal infections in humans. There are number of tapeworms, which may be acquired by eating different meats. It is particularly a problem when the meat is eaten raw or undercooked. The pork tapeworm remains as one of the more common parasitic worms to cause human intestinal >> Read More ...

Forehead Pain (Headache) – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Headaches remain one of the leading causes for doctor visits among adults across the globe. There pain can vary in nature, intensity and location. Sometimes the pain is diffuse and felt throughout the head. At other times the pain in a headache can be localized to one specific spot or region of the head. A forehead >> Read More ...

Simple Ways To Relieve Dizziness (Lightheaded Feeling)

Dizziness is a feeling that you are unstable and about to fall. We all feel dizzy sometimes, be it after a gravity-defying carnival ride, running around on a very hot day, after a very strenuous workout or if we have not eaten in quite a while. Most of us pass off mild dizziness as being nothing serious and continue with >> Read More ...

5 Brain Problems That Commonly Affect The Elderly

There are hundreds of different brain conditions that can affect humans. Some are more common than others and tend to affect older people more frequently than younger adults or children. We often think of the senior years as being marred with maladies of the brain. It is somewhat of typical to consider seniors as being >> Read More ...

7 Ways To Prevent A Brain Stroke

A stroke is the second most common cause of death around the world. In the United States it has fallen to the fourth most common cause of death for Americans. The prevalence of a stroke these days is largely due to an aging population especially in developed nations. Modern medical treatment and management has played a >> Read More ...

10 Migraine Myths and Facts

Every year some 30 million Americans experience one or more migraine. Although it is a common condition, migraines are often confused with other types of headaches. A migraine is a very severe headache that occurs in episodes and are is often accompanied by other symptoms ranging from nausea and vomiting to light >> Read More ...
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