Companion for Mental Disorders

What is an episindrome?

Episyndrome is a consequence of diseases similar in clinical signs to epilepsy. Epileptic seizures disappear after the elimination of the root cause, the symptoms of which they are. The causes of the episindrome are collapse, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury, fainting, arising from disturbances in cardiac conduction and rhythm, hypoxia, congenital pathologies of the brain, sclerosis,…
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What diseases arise from the nervous system

The ancients said: “All diseases are from nerves.” And they were right. It is moral and mental overstrain that gives the brain a signal to turn off a number of protective functions of the body in order to conserve strength, but it is this natural mechanism of “shutdown” that leads to the development of diseases. Nervous diseases…
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Help for patients with epilepsy

Epilepsy (epileptic disease) is a chronic brain disease of various etiologies, which is characterized by repeated unprovoked attacks of impaired motor, sensory, autonomic, mental or mental functions resulting from excessive neural discharges. Epileptic disease includes only repeated and spontaneous seizures (with the exception of reflex forms, for example, photosensitive epilepsy, reading epilepsy). Epilepsy is a large…
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Prognosis and outcomes of perinatal lesions of the central nervous system

In a child with a diagnosis of perinatal brain damage after 1 month of life, the doctor is able to determine the prognosis of further development of the child, which can be characterized by a complete recovery or development of minimal disorders of the central nervous system, and serious diseases requiring compulsory treatment and observation…
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Modern standards for the management of patients with epilepsy and the basic principles of treatment

Epilepsy is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system. The incidence of epilepsy is 50 – 70 cases per 100 thousand people, the prevalence of 5 – 10 per 1 thousand people, at least 1 seizure is borne by 5% of the population during life, in 20 – 30% of patients the disease…
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Genetic mechanisms of epilepsy

Alexander the Great and Caesar, Peter the Great and Napoleon suffered from epilepsy as an “outstanding disease”, “an epilepsy” or, as the Greeks called it. As you know, in addition to the psychotherapeutic method for the treatment of this disease, doctors use medication and even neurosurgery, but at the same time we have to admit that…
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How to treat epilepsy?

Medicine knows many neuropsychological pathologies. One of the most common, according to statistics, is epilepsy. It occurs in 5-10% of the world’s inhabitants and is expressed in the manifestation of seizures that are caused by pathological discharges in the brain. With a seizure, temporary violations of the basic functions, such as: motor sensitive vegetative mental Features and…
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Speleotherapy: indications and contraindications

People for a long time, many centuries ago, drew attention to the fact that in salt caves it is easy and free to breathe. After it was noted that the miners who are engaged in the extraction of salt do not suffer from bronchial asthma. And thanks to this, a method of treatment arose for a long stay…
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Treatment of the effects of perinatal damage to the central nervous system

Brain lesions in the perinatal period are the main cause of disability and maladaptation of children. Treatment of the acute period of perinatal CNS lesions is carried out in a hospital, under the constant supervision of a doctor. Treatment of the consequences of lesions of the central nervous system of the perinatal period, which pediatricians…
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Epilepsy in children – new opportunities for diagnosis and treatment

Epilepsy is one of the most common diseases. It is known that about 1% of people from the general population had at least one epileptic seizure in their life. In childhood, epilepsy is even more common – in 4-5% of the total child population. Its manifestation, course, prognosis and treatment approaches in childhood are significantly different. Only in children…
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