Category: Brain

REYES SYNDROME

  Reye’s (Reyes) syndrome is an uncommon and serious defect that causes swelling in the liver and brain. Reye’s syndrome usually affects children and teenagers suffering from a viral infection, most commonly the flu or chickenpox. Signs and symptoms may include confusion, seizures and loss of consciousness require immediate treatment. Early diagnosis and treatment of …

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BRAINSTEM GLIOMA

Glioma is a kind of tumor that develops in the brain and spinal cord. Gliomas start in the gluey supportive cells (glial cells) that surround nerve cells and keep them functioning. There are three types of glial cells that can produce tumors. Gliomas are classified depending to the type of glial cell involved in the …

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OMEGA-3: SEE THE BENEFITS

Omega-3 fatty acids are fantastically important. They can have all forms of powerful health benefits for your body and brain. In truth, few nutrients were studied as very well as omega-3 fatty acids. Here are 12 health blessings of omega-3 fatty acids which can be supported with the aid of science. 1. Omega-3s can fight …

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COFFEE NEAR ME: SEE THE BENEFITS

Coffee is among the world’s most popular beverages. Thanks to its rich antioxidants and beneficial nutrients, it also appears to be quite healthy. Researchers show that coffee drinkers have a much lower chance of several serious diseases. Below are the top 10 health benefits of coffee. 1. Can enhance Energy Levels and Make You Smarter …

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WHAT DOES NOCTURNAL SEIZURES LOOK LIKE

Some people’s sleep is disturbed not by dreams but by seizures. You can have a seizure with any form of epilepsy while you’re asleep. But with some types of epilepsy, seizures only happen during sleep. The cells in your brain communicate to your muscles, nerves, and other regions of your brain through electrical signals. Most …

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EFFECT OF REBOUND HEADACHES

Rebound headaches are resulted by constant, long-term use of medication to treat headaches, including migraine. Pain relievers give relief for occasional headaches. But if you take them more than a couple of days per week, they may trigger rebound headaches. It happens that any medication taken for pain relief can trigger rebound headaches, but only …

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EFFECTS OF SEX HEADACHES

Sex headaches are as a result of sexual activity especially an orgasm. You may feel a dull ache in your head and neck that builds up as sexual excitement rises. Or, more commonly, you may experience a prompt, severe headache just before or during orgasm. Most sex headaches are nothing to worry about. But some …

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EFFECTS OF SECONDARY HYPERTENSION

Secondary hypertension (secondary high blood pressure) is high blood pressure that occur as a result of another medical condition. Secondary hypertension can be induced by conditions that affect your kidneys, heart, arteries, or endocrine system. Secondary hypertension can also happen during pregnancy. Secondary hypertension differs from the normal type of high blood pressure (primary hypertension …

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EFFECT OF TENSION HEADACHE

A tension headache is normally a diffuse, mild to moderate pain in your head that’s usually described as feeling like a tight band around your head. A tension headache (tension-type headache) is the most common type of headache, and yet its causes aren’t well-clear. Treatments for tension headaches are available. Managing a tension headache is …

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NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS: SYMPTOMS & CAUSES

A paraganglioma is an uncommon tumor that begins in some nerve cells that are scattered throughout the body. This tumor can affect people of any age but mostly shows up between the ages of 30 and 50. The tumor is usually slowed growing and noncancerous (benign). But it can penetrate nearby parts of the body, …

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