The brain, spinal cord, and nerves make up the nervous system. Together they control all the workings of the body and it is a central processing unit of the human body. When something goes wrong with a part of your nervous system, you can have trouble moving, speaking, swallowing, breathing, or learning. You can also have problems with your memory, senses, or mood.
Most people feel low and sad at times. However, in the case of individuals who are diagnosed with depression as a psychiatric disorder. Difficult situations can lead a person to feel sad, lonely and scared. These feelings are normal reactions to life’s stressors. In women depression tends to manifest as sadness, worthlessness, and guilt. In men it manifests often as tiredness, irritability and anger. They may show more reckless behavior and abuse drugs and alcohol. They also tend to not recognize that they are depressed and fail to seek help. All this current situation adds more to human mental health. Minor mental sickness can leads to major neurological disorders if not treated at the right time. Neurological disorders include diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system like:
It is a disorder that occurs when the peripheral nerves malfunction because of nerve damage.
- Distal Muscular weakness.
- Numbness and pain.
- Pin and needle sensation usually in hands or feet.
A migraine can cause severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually on one side of the head.
- Numbness or tingling.
- Sensitivity to light and sound.
Headache is caused by overactivity of or problems with pain-sensitive structures in your head.
- Pain in the face, head, or neck.
It is a mental illness that includes excessive thoughts and fear that lead to repetitive behaviors.
A mental disorder characterized by feelings of worry, fear, restlessness, panic attack, heart racing, unwanted thoughts, fatigue or sweating, insomnia, and palpitations.
It is a mood disorder involving loss of interest in activities and a persistent feeling of sadness.
- Anger over small matters.
- Loss of interest or pleasure in all normal activities.
- Excessive sleep.
- Lack of energy.
- Loss of appetite with weight loss.
- Food cravings with weight gain.
- Loss of memory and concentration.
- Frequent thoughts of death.
- Suicidal thoughts.
- Unexplained Physical problems.
- Avoiding social interaction.
Loss of muscle function in any part of your body.
- Reduced muscle and motor function.
- Loss of sensation in arms and legs.
- Losing the ability to talk.
(Bell's Palsy) Facial Palsy
Characterized by muscle weakness that causes one-half of the face to droop or becomes stiff.
- Sudden weakness of one side of the face
- Difficulty in closing one of the eyelids.
- Dryness of the eyes.
- Drooling and drooping especially from one side of the mouth.
- Trouble with facial expression.
- If the ear is affected, it may cause
- Sensitivity to sound and pain.
Bulbar palsy involves the brain stem. The brain stem is the part of the brain needed for swallowing, speaking, chewing, and other functions.
- Difficulty swallowing
- Weak jaw and facial muscles
- Progressive loss of speech
- Weakening of the tongue
- Weakness in the arms and legs
- Outbursts of laughing or crying
Difficulty in Dorsiflexion of the foot(Lifting the foot up)
- Weakness while attempting to lift the front of the toes upwards causing one to drag his foot while walking.
A pinched or irritated nerve in the neck causing numbness and pain which radiates into the chest or arm
- Depends on the nerve affected and may include tingling, pain, and numbness.
Is a sensation of feeling off-balance.
- A sense that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving.
- A loss of balance or unsteadiness.
Is the sensation of being lightheaded, faint, or unsteady.
- A sense of motion or spinning (vertigo)
- Lightheartedness or feeling faint.
- Unsteadiness or a loss of balance.
- A feeling of floating, wooziness, or heavy-headedness.
A medical condition that affects the sleep pattern of a person.
- Difficulty in falling or staying asleep.
- Daytime fatigue.
- Sleepiness during the day.
- Unusual urge to move while falling asleep.
- Unusual breathing pattern
The uppermost concern in the mind of a sick person is always going to be whether or not full health can ever be achieved again? Considering the severity of the neurological cases. We help our patients by giving alternative treatments like Acupuncture therapies, HHO (Hydrogen Hydrogen Oxygen), HBOT (Hyper Beric Oxygen Therapy). Our expert physiotherapists focus on reorienting a patient’s thoughts and behavior related to their disability. We believe that our patients must never experience any surgical process, chemical usage and any invasive process for any neurological treatments.