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Neurological problems and its symptoms

Nervous system is a very complex thing and it is a highly specialised network in a human body. This network can organise, direct and explain the different interactions that happen between one and the world around them.

This nervous system can control the sensations like feeling, sight, hearing, smell and taste. It also controls the voluntary and involuntary functions like balance, movement and coordination. It also regulates the ability to reason and think. That is why; one can have conscious thoughts and memories.

The nervous system is actually divided into the brain and the spinal cord as it is the central nervous system. The nerve cells can control the voluntary and the involuntary movements like the peripheral nervous system.

If one is facing any kind of neurological problems then they must go and see the best neurosurgeonin India. But before that one has to see whether they are facing any kind of symptoms or not. The symptoms of a nervous related problem depend on the particular area of the nervous system which is causing the problem. Nervous system problem can also happen slowly and gradually and it can have a slow process of loss of function which is also known as degenerative problems. The symptoms can also vary from mild to severe. If one faces some serious conditions like head injuries then also it can cause nervous system problems.

The major problems that can occur are:

Blood supply problems or vascular disorders

Injuries due to trauma, especially injuries to the head and spinal cord.

Problems that is present at birth.

Mental health problems such as anxiety disorders, depression, or psychosis.

Exposure to toxins like carbon monoxide, arsenic, or lead.

Problems that can cause a gradual loss of function (degenerative). Like, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, peripheral neuropathies, infections like Encephalitis or Meningitis.

Neurological problems can also occur due to some sudden brain injury due to intake or illegal drugs and alcohol. This can lead to organ system failures like heart failure, respiratory failure or liver failures. It can also lead to kidney failures and other conditions like thyroid dysfunction, electrolyte problems, high blood sugar, nutritional deficiencies and many others.

There can be a sudden and acute nervous system problem that can cause different symptoms depending on which area of the nervous system is involved in it. One can experience a sudden onset of more than one symptom like numbness, weakness, inability to move a part of the body, dimness, blurred and double vision, loss of speech, sudden and severe headache, dizziness, inability to walk or stand, confusion or change of consciousness, severe nausea and vomiting.

No matter, whatever the symptoms are, one has to be very careful about it. They need to go and see a doctor immediately if they face any kind of these problems. The expert doctors will do the needful tests to find out what exactly the problem is. Also neurosurgery is only needed if the problem is severe, otherwise medication can solve the problem slowly and gradually.

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