Neurology is a branch of medicine that studies the problems of the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous system. Lifestyle, stress, the use of forbidden substances as well as unhealthy food directly affect the function of the nervous system as well as the organs associated with it.
We will list some types of neurological diseases:
Alzheimer’s disease – a form of dementia, diagnosed in people over 65. The most common symptom is the impossibility of keeping information about situations that have occurred in a recent past. Ie. the short-term memory of the patient is affected. With the deepening of the disease there are also disturbances in the long-term memory, weakening of the functions of organs and systems.
Parkinson’s Disease – Associated with impaired dopamine production in the brain, leading to marked symptoms in the body’s motorism, tremor of the hands, depression.
Encephalomyelitis – Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord as a result of viral, bacterial infections or parasites that have entered the body. It is associated with clinical manifestations of paresis, paralysis and orientation.
Huntington’s disease – affects the coordination of movements, reduces mental activity. In its severe forms it causes atrophy in the parts of the brain. We lose control over the muscular systems.
Guillain-Barre syndrome; Spinal stenosis; Multiple sclerosis; Tourette’s syndrome and many others.
Neurology – Diagnostic and Treatment Method – Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator. By stimulating certain points on the patient’s head, impulses reach the brain and affect the functionality of its cells. Here we can add neurosurgery, which has a huge help in the treatment of the diseases of this branch of medicine.