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5 Things You Don’t Know About Epilepsy

Though Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disease, there are a few thing you don’t know about.Epilepsy is also one of the most stigmatized. When someone hears the word “epilepsy”, all we picture out a dramatic scene – A person shakes fiercely on the ground, person’s eyes roll to the back, etc. But some […]
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New Research Connects Exercise to Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Research says, “Regular exercise supports your brain health directly by stimulating the growth of new blood vessels, reduce inflammation and helping brain cells to live longer.” The advantages of exercise are seemingly endless. Less understood is the connection physical exercise and brain health. A recent study published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience shows a […]
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Narcolepsy: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Hallucinations, excessive sleepiness, sleep paralysis, etc. are all the basic symptoms of narcolepsy. Basically it makes difficult for the brain to control sleep-wake cycles. What is Narcolepsy? Narcolepsy is a nervous system disorder that can dramatically disrupt your daily life and routines. This condition makes it very difficult to stay awake for a long duration. […]
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Understanding Concussion and its Symptoms

Many people suffer from a concussion each year due to multiple reasons like falls, vehicle accidents or even due to some sports. Read on to learn about the symptoms of concussion plus the key aspects of concussion treatment. What is a Concussion? A mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) is called a concussion. This injury usually […]
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Get Your Cortisol (Stress Hormone) Levels Under Control

Do you find yourself overly stressed and tired despite not changing your diet and workout routine? Your cortisol (the stress hormone) levels may be too high. Chronic stress can lead to an raised cortisol level resulting in mental, emotional, and other physical health issues. Cortisol is a major stress hormone contributing to mental health disorders. […]
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Understanding Migraine, the mighty headache

Migraine Means:   It is a primary headache disorder defined as recurrent episodes of headache that are moderate to severe, throbbing or pulsating in nature and typically affect the one half of the head and last from four to 72 hours. Headache may be associated with vomiting, nausea, sensitivity to sound, light or smell. The pain […]