Neurology is a medical specialty dealing with disorders of the nervous system. Movement disorders are neurological conditions that affect the speed, fluency, quality, and ease of movement. Neurological disorders are disorders that can affect the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system, or the autonomic nervous system. Neurological disorders can be a sign that there is an imbalance in your system. When you have an imbalance, you are also susceptible to various diseases which can settle in weak areas of your body.
Neurological disorders are health conditions relating the nervous system. Neurological disorders are rather diverse, chronic, difficult to treat, and often disabling. A neurological disorder is an illness or wound of the central nervous system that causes paralysis of any part of the body. Occasionally physical injury to the brain, spinal cord, or nerves can be the reason of neurological disorders. Neurological disabilities are related with injure to the nervous system (including the brain and spinal cord) that results in the loss of several bodily or mental functions. Heart attacks, contagions, genetic disorders, and be short of oxygen to the brain may as well consequence in a neurological disability.
Neurological disorders can be a symptom that there is a discrepancy in your system. When you have a discrepancy, you are also liable to various diseases which can settle in weak areas of your body. Neurological disorders are a faction of disorders that engross the central nervous system (brain, brainstem and cerebellum), the peripheral nervous system (including cranial nerves), and the autonomic nervous system (parts of which are situated in both central and peripheral nervous system). Many mental illnesses are supposed to be neurological disorders of the central nervous system, but they are classified individually. They are not conventionally listed as neurological diseases because their causes are not definitely determined as biological.
Migraine - Migraine is defined as an episodic headache, which is one sided, often associated with vomiting and visual disturbances. It occurs commonly in women.
Stroke - Stroke is a half sided paralysis occurs that results from a certain area of brain damage due to interruption of blood supply.
Multiple Sclerosis - Multiple Sclerosis is a disease is usually present in the form of recurrent attacks of focal or multifocal neurological
dysfunction of the brain and the spinal cord. The disease process attacks the myelin sheaths of the nerves and disrupts their function.
Alzheimer's Disease - Alzheimers Disease is a condition is a degenerative disease and one of the commonest causes of dementia in the
elderly. Alzheimers Disease is characterised by the death of nerve cells in the cerebral hemispheres of the brain.
This gradually leads to the atrophy of the brain, which shrinks in size.
Parkinson's Disease - Parkinsons Disease is a degenerative disease occurring in the basal ganglia of the brain and a decrease in a
biochemical compound called dopamine of which the cause is unknown.