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Emotional-Change-of-Parkinson's-People

When we think or discuss of Parkinson’s disease, everyone thinks or the first thing that comes to mind are the tremors, bradykinesias, and rigidity. Today, we discuss the emotional changes of Parkinson's People. But in real life, Parkinson's disease is...

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Exercise for Parkinson's disease

Benefits of Exercise for Parkinson's Disease Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting the physical, psychological, functional and social, the status of individuals. Today, we will know the benefits of exercise for Parkinson's disease people. Exercise plays an important role...

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Top Benefits of Walking for Health

Would you believe if someone told you about a wonder drug which won’t cost you anything, is appropriate for all age groups, time-tested, scientifically proven, easily accessible, needs no excuses and has no side effects. Do you want to know...

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Neurological Surgery

Neurological surgery is an alternative term for neurosurgery. One of the subspecialty of neurosurgery is a functional neurosurgery. The common diseases that come under the scope of this subspecialty are Epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, uncontrolled tremor, dystonia, spasticity, psychiatric disorders like...

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A Human Clinical Features

This is an Interesting Article which, we have come cross is published by Rush University. The popular spice cinnamon can slow down the progression of Parkinson’s disease, a study shows.  The discovery can herald a remarkable advance in the treatment...

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Understanding Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is classified as a movement disorder. This disorder progresses slowly and causes more and more discomfort. The very first signs seen are unexplained weakness. It slowly progresses to difficulty in walking and finally stiff muscles. Well, some others...

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Deep Brain Stimulation

Deep brain stimulation surgery is generally used to inactivate the parts of the brain that cause diseases such as Parkinson’s and other associated movement disorders. This procedure is done without causing any damage to the brain. In this procedure, electrodes are...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Deep brain stimulation surgery is available in India since 1997. There are several centres offering DBS surgery for various disorders in India. The surgery is performed as per the international standards, i.e. use of high end MRI machine, Micro electrode recording...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery is generally used to treat movement disorders especially those caused by the Parkinson’s disease. It can treat the symptoms by interrupting the abnormal patterns of brain activity that cause them. Constant pulses of electrical charge are...

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Trigeminal Neuro

Trigeminal neuralgia is a neuropathic disorder that affects one or both of the trigeminal nerve supplying the face.  It causes severe, sudden and brief stabbing episodes of facial pain. It can cause intense pain in the ear, eye, lips, nose,...

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Accountability

It feels like you are living under a dark shadow. The feeling completely captures you and you feel like you will never recover. Depression treatment aims to bring patients out of such severe thoughts and feelings. Depression treatment requires a...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Deep brain stimulation surgery inactivates parts of the brain that are known to cause Parkinson’s disease, without actually destroying any part of the brain. This procedure involves the placement of electrodes connected by wires to a pacemaker device. This device...

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Pain in Bones & Joints

RLS symptoms are improving, and improvement is sustained up to two years despite significant decrease of dopaminergic treatment after deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson’s disease -Dr Olga Klepitskaya People with restless legs syndrome have uncomfortable sensations in their legs (and sometimes arms or...

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Parkinsons Disease

Parkinson’s disease is caused by the gradual degeneration of nerve cells in the midbrain portion that controls movement. It is very difficult to make an early diagnosis of this disease because they symptoms are not very conspicuous. The most common...

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Human Brain

Even though OCD cannot be completely cured, bringing the symptoms of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) under control is important so that they do not rule your daily life. This could even mean a life time treatment for some people. There...

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