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Common Nervous System Disorders You Should Know About
Tuesday, March 27, 2018

The human body is built in a way that every other part is connected to one another therefore even a single stroke on our hand causes a pain which is sensed throughout the body. The center of all bodily connections is the nervous system that spreads across the body like branches of a tree.

What Is A Nervous System?

The nervous system is a complex arrangement of nerves and cells which are used to forward the messages from the brain to the spinal cord and then to the rest of the body. This communication of commands and actions travels in both directions hence the nervous system plays a central role in normal functioning of the human body and brain.

The nervous system is solely responsible for many of our day to day tasks and activities. These activities include the simplest, basic interactions as well as the most complicated ones. It helps us perform actions such as movement, coordination and balance by organizing and directing the commands from the brain to the body parts. Other things we are dependent on our nervous system for includes seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling and even feeling.

The nervous system also directs blood flow throughout the body along with blood pressure which helps in maintaining a balanced circulation. Apart from the more physical attributes, this arrangement of nerves even controls our ability to think and reason this means that without a nervous system we wouldn’t be to remain conscious and carry thoughts, language and memories as we do.

Common Nervous System Diseases

Since our entire body is bonded to the nervous system any minor damage the arrangement can cause life-threatening conditions. There are several neurological disorders that are untreatable as they directly originate from a malfunctioned nervous system. The more common types of these disorders include:
  • Multiple Sclerosis
    Multiple sclerosis also known as MS is an ailment caused by factors that still remain unknown. Modern technology is still not able to break down that primary cause of MS.

    The disease grows as several hard and disintegrated plaques in the protecting layer of the nerve fiber enter the innermost nervous structure. This results in a loss nerve filling while leads to a short-circuiting of sorts inside the brain. The aftereffects of the disorder demand upon what part of the nervous system was affected but usually, patients with multiple sclerosis suffer from paralysis, blindness and sensory disturbances.
  • Epilepsy
    More commonly known as seizure, epilepsy causes sudden high fevers which are known to trigger a seizure attack. Seizure attacks cause the person to lose control of their body and stuns the nervous system which results in involuntary movements mainly identified as shaking and trembling. The real cause of seizures is still undetermined like MS but these attacks can be controlled with proper medication.
It is widely known and observed that even the most minor nerve damage can cause a big disorder hence we are always advised to take care of our body especially nerve sensitive areas like the back portion of the brain, neck and lower back.

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