Vitamin E (almonds, green leafy vegetables) B Vitamins (folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 – meat, fish, poultry, egg, beans, fruits, green leafy vegetables, lentils, whole wheat cereals) Magnesium (nuts, seeds, whole grains) Vitamin D - Sunlight, fish & Egg Vitamin C - guava, oranges, tomatoes, plums, strawberry, Apple Calcium - milk
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis or ADEM is characterized by a widespread attack of inflammation which takes place mainly in the brain or spinal cord. However, this inflammation is only for a short duration. The inflammation damages myelin which acts as the protective cover of nerve fibers. This inflammation occurs mostly after infection and rarely after mumps [...]
Don’t panic Remove close by objects to prevent injury Turn the person to their side Don’t hold the person Don’t provide water Don't give pills and food to the person until the person is completely responsive Seek emergency help if seizure continues for longer than 5 minutes
To prevent headache or migraine avoid red wine caffeine, aged cheese, and chocolates, food additives (mono-sodium glutamate or MSG; Nitrates and nitrites – these are found in processed foods). Therefore, avoid processed foods Note: Don’t overdo – which means don’t try to change your life by avoiding everything.
A brain hemorrhage is bleeding in and around the brain. Weak blood vessels, high blood pressure, trauma, brain injury and drug abuse can cause brain hemorrhage. What are the symptoms of brain hemorrhage? The symptoms of brain hemorrhage are similar to that of stroke like numbness in hands and legs, weakness in the body, especially [...]
A motor speech disorder, apraxia of speech occurs when the signals from the brain to mouth get disturbed leading to abnormal lip movement. In other words, the individual affected with this motor speech impairment cannot move the tongue at the right time to voice out the sounds exactly even though the muscles in and around [...]