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Here you will find all the information on this subject, including disorders of the nerves, the brain as well as headaches or sleep disorders.
Degenerative diseases play an important role, especially in our century with increased life expectancy. Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and many other types of dementia are among the degenerative diseases that cause the destruction of nerve cells, especially in the brain. Here you will find the most important information:
There are different types of hemorrhages in the brain. These can be differentiated according to their localization, so there is bleeding within the tissue but also between the meninges. Bleeding can also cause a stroke. The most important brain hemorrhages can be found in the following:
There are many different types of headaches that are based on different causes. The most common shapes are listed here:
Nerve damage can have multiple manifestations, depending on which areas are affected. Thus taste and smell disturbances as well as motor impairments and deafness feelings belong to the spectrum of the possible symptoms. The most important nerve damage is shown here in an overview:
Inflammation of the brain and the meninges are usually caused by a bacterial or viral infection. The most important articles on this topic can be found here:
Severe accidents can lead to injuries such as craniocerebral trauma. This includes a concussion.
Epilepsy is a term used to describe disorders caused by brain dysfunction and nervous system excitation. Often there is a sudden expression, so-called epileptic seizures.
Brain tumors can emanate from structures such as the meninges and the supporting tissue of the brain but also have their origin outside as metastases. The most common brain tumors are listed below:
There are many different forms of sleep disorders, including counting problems falling asleep, staying asleep or feeling tired from unresponsive sleep. You can find our articles on this topic here:
Muscular dystrophies are degenerative muscle diseases in which muscle power is gradually lost. One can distinguish between dystrophies, which have their cause in the muscle itself by changed proteins or which result from faulty innervation. The most common diseases in the overview: