What are cerebrovascular accidents and what are their symptoms?

The brain can be unique as a fingerprint
The human brain has an adult weight of about 1,360 grams! New research shows that no two brain are the same, because genetics and experience affect your mind.

"By studying, we were able to confirm that the brain structure of individuals is very individual," said author Lutz Jancke. "He is a medical professor at the University of Zurich in Switzerland.
"30 years ago, we thought that the brain had individual characteristics," Yank says. " Identifying a person through the anatomical characteristics of the brain was inconceivable. "

"The latest findings show that the combination of genetic and non-genetic effects clearly affects brain function as well as its anatomy," said Jennbah in a university journal. The study included approximately 200 elderly people who had undergone MRI scans three times over two years. The researchers examined more than 450 features of brain anatomy, including its total volume, gray matter and white matter, and cortical thickness.

The researchers say, for example, if the right arm holds for two weeks, the thickness of the cerebral cortex decreases in the areas that are responsible for controlling this!

Infectious diseases of the brain:

Brain diseases in the infectious part are:

Meningitis: Inflammation of the covering around the brain or the spinal cord, commonly due to infection, neck stiffness, headache, fever and confusion are common.

Encephalitis: Inflammation of the brain tissue, usually due to viral infection. Meningitis and encephalitis often accompany each other as meningoencephalitis.

Brain Abscess: An infectious part of the brain that is usually caused by bacteria. Antibiotics The surgical drainage of the area is often necessary.

Seizure: Like epilepsy, which is caused by repeated seizures caused by abnormal and excessive electrical activity in the brain. Head injuries, brain infections, and stroke may also cause skin lesions.

trauma

The trauma includes the following:

Obstruction: A brain injury that causes temporary impairment in the functioning of the brain, sometimes accompanied by unconsciousness and confusion; head and facial injuries cause ulcers and may lead to headache and problems with concentration and memory.

Traumatic Brain Damage: It often causes permanent brain damage; apparent mental disorders or personality and mood changes may occur.

Blood inside the liver: Any intracerebral hemorrhage, which may be caused by an injury or stroke, causes a rise in blood pressure.

Parkinson's disease

It causes problems of movement and coordination. Initial symptoms such as hand shaking, limb and trunk stiffness, slow motion and unstable condition.

Huntington's disease

An inherited neuromuscular disorder that damages brain cells. Dementia and the problem of motion control are its symptoms. Its initial symptoms include mood swings, depression, and irritability.

The dementia virus

Over the years, due to the formation of abnormal protein, large areas of the nerves in the brain are destroyed. Personality changes, inappropriate behavior, speech problems, and loss of memory and intellectual ability are signs of it. The dementia disease progresses steadily.

Alzheimer

Undetermined causes, the nerves in the brain are destroyed and reduce memory and mental function and change behavior and personality. Alzheimer's disease is one of the most common diseases in the brain.

Vitamin D is a small help against brain diseases

Of course, the results of a study show that vitamin D is unable to protect your brain against diseases like Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer's disease.

Brain cancers

Cerebral cancers can have various symptoms, such as seizures, drowsiness, confusion, and behavioral changes. All brain tumors are not cancerous, and benign tumors can produce similar symptoms.

Ask a few questions about your brain cancer:

  • What type of brain tumor is it and what is its degree?
  • What are the symptoms of brain cancer?
  • What part of my brain is affected by the tumor and what does this brain area do?
  • Can the tumor reach the surgical stage?
  • If there was no possibility of tumor surgery, would you be looking for other
  • treatments, such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy?
  • What are the possible side effects of this treatment?
  • Are there alternative treatments for my condition?

A Few Simple Ways To Boost Your Brain

  • When you wake up, do a variety of things and try to avoid repetitive and unnecessary things. For example: If you read a poem in the morning, try to read another poem. If you dress in the morning before eating breakfast, do this this time after breakfast.
  • When you shower, close your eyes! This makes you feel more sensual
  • Play 20 questions
  • Work with your non-specialist hand
  • Do a few things at once
  • Tell us about your shopping list
  • There are many ways you can discover them yourself.

Several herbs for strengthening the brain:

Fig, beetroot, saffron, garlic, thyme, aclil, almond, lavender

References:

  1. https://www.webmd.com/brain/brain-diseases#1
  2. https://www.webmd.com/brain/video/brain-training
  3. https://www.webmd.com/cancer/brain-cancer/default.htm
  4. https://www.webmd.com/cancer/brain-cancer/brain-cancer
  5. https://www.webmd.com/cancer/brain-cancer/10-important-questions-ask-your-doctor-about-brain-cancer

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