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 are united by the common name neuralgia, which is divided into two categories. The first is nervous diseases that arise as concomitant with other diseases. The cause may be injuries of a different nature, the presence of a hereditary factor and other causes. These diseases are treated under the supervision of a neurologist. The second is mental illness, expressed by various phobias, schizophrenia and other more severe abnormalities. Psychotherapists are involved in such patients.
To determine the causes of neurological diseases, medicine today offers various diagnostic methods: such as tomography, electroencelography, etc. A patient’s visit to a neurologist can be associated with memory problems, insomnia, pain in the spine, etc.
It should be remembered that the state of the nervous system largely depends on the work of all organs and life-supporting systems of the patient. If signs such as impaired coordination, tremor of the extremities, chronic migraine, pain in the spine occur, you should immediately consult a specialist. All this can be a harbinger of diseases such as:
– sciatica – caused by inflammation of the nerve endings of the spinal cord;
– plexitis – acute inflammation of the nerve nodes;
– ganlionitis – increased sensitivity of nerve endings.
Severe emotional shocks, traumatic brain injuries, and chronic insomnia can also cause neuralgia. With such symptoms, the patient is treated either in a hospital (in severe cases) or under the supervision of a neurologist on an outpatient basis.
With serious disturbances in the brain, epilepsy can develop. This disease is dangerous because epileptic seizures occur unpredictably. A falling patient can also cause physical harm to himself. Unfortunately, a cure for epilepsy has not yet been found. The patient is prescribed drugs that support properties.
If a brain tumor is detected, the patient may fall into a nervous breakdown. In this case, there is increased fatigue, chronic headaches, the patient often plunges into a swoon. Such patients are placed in a hospital and, according to indications, are prepared for neurosurgical surgery.
Progressive paralysis can be caused by damage to the brain with a pale spirochete (consequences of syphilis). In patients in the initial stage of the disease there is a general exhaustion of the body, uncontrolled irritability, decreased performance. If the patient does not undergo treatment, all these signs can progress and lead to complete dementia and insanity, and ultimately to death. A healthy lifestyle, the ability to manage your emotions will help a person avoid various neurology.