Diseases Brain Diseases

Brain Diseases

Brain diseases come in various forms. Trauma, stroke, infections, seizures and tumors are some of the major categories of brain diseases. The brain is the control center of the body. It controls thoughts, speech, memory and movement and regulates the function of several organs. When the brain is healthy, it works quickly and automatically. However, when any problem occur, the results can be disturbing. Several problems such as loss of vision, paralysis and weakness can occur due to inflammation in the brain. Loss of brain cells, which happens if you suffer a stroke, can affect your ability to think clearly. Brain tumors can also press on the nerves and affect the functioning of brain. Some brain diseases are genetic and the causes for some brain diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease is not known.

The symptoms of brain diseases differ widely depending on the particular problem. In some cases, the damage is permanent. In some other cases, treatments such as medicines, surgery or physical therapy can correct the source of the problem or improve symptoms.

Brain Diseases

This disease refers to the inflammation of the lining around the brain or spinal cord, generally due to infection. Headache, neck pain and confusion are common symptoms.

Brain abscess
This is a pocket of infection in the brain, generally caused by bacteria. Antibiotics and surgical drainage of the area are frequently essential.

A brain injury that leads to a temporary disturbance in the functioning of the brain, at times with unconsciousness and confusion. This condition or disease arises due to traumatic head injuries.

An aggressive, cancerous brain tumor. Brain glioblastomas progress swiftly and are generally difficult to cure.

Hemorrhagic stroke
Bleeding in the brain creates congestion and pressure on the brain tissue, thus affecting healthy blood flow and leading to a stroke.

Transient ischemic attack
It refers to the temporary interruption of the blood flow. Symptoms are somewhat similar to those of a stroke, however, they resolve completely (generally within 24 hours) without damage to the brain tissue.

Parkinson's disease
In this, the nerves in a central area of the brain degenerate gradually, leading to problems with movement and coordination. A tremor of the hands is a common early sign.

A decline in cognitive function, due to death or malfunction or nerve cells in the brain. Dementia can result due to conditions wherein the nerves in the brain degenerate, as well as alcohol abuse and strokes.

Homeopathy for Dementia
Homeopathy has treated several severe ailments in the past and is considered effective for some brain diseases as well. You just need to consult a good homeopath and explain him your concern properly.

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