All Brain & Neurology Topics

Nov 25, 2014

Home Remedies for Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome is a condition that affects about fifteen percent of adults and it is treatable. There are many home remedies for restless syndrome that you can try and you can consult with your doctor of medical treatments. more »

Nov 07, 2014

Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome can make for a miserable and painful life. However, with proper treatment Restless Leg Syndrome does not have to rule your life. Read on to learn the causes and symptoms, as well as management measures for restless leg syndrome. more »

Nov 04, 2014

Early Signs of Dementia

Many people confuse dementia with diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. They are different, and to identify dementia, you need to know about its symptoms. Here are early signs of dementia. more »

Oct 10, 2014

Does Lumosity Work?

Lumosity was designed by several leading neuroscientists, and combines the perks of social networking with brain training technology.  Lumosity and similar brain training games may have a significant impact on the brain, but only when utilized the way they were originally intended. more »

Jul 13, 2014

How Nervous System Works

How nervous system work? The nervous system functions by sending electrical impulses across a specialized group of cells called neurons.  Neurons or the nerve cells are the fundamental functioning units of the nervous system. more »

Jul 12, 2014

Blood Clots in the Brain

Blood clots in the brain are frequently caused by injury to the vessels in this area. Symptoms of blood clots include speaking difficulties, dizziness, lack of coordination, headaches and others which indicate that you should seek medical attention. more »

Jul 11, 2014

Right Arm Numbness

Right arm numbness or tingling is not usually associated with specific condition, so this symptom may cause confusion. However, this condition may be caused by injury or as a side effect to diseases that have an impact on the circulation. more »

Jul 11, 2014

Vagus Nerve

The vagus nerve runs throughout the body and is responsible for the function and regulation of several bodily systems such as the heart and digestive tracts. If the vagus nerve malfunctions these systems can stop functioning properly. more »

Jul 06, 2014

Mild Concussion

Mild concussions should be checked by a doctor to ensure that no serious neurological damage has been done. After this, rest and medication to reduce swelling are essential to making a full recovery. more »

Jul 05, 2014

Numbness in Fingers

Numbness in fingers is often the side effect of an injury, but some medical conditions, such as arthritis and radiculopathy, can also contribute to this side effect. Treatments for this condition should depend on the corresponding causes and symptoms. more »


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