All Brain & Neurology Topics

Headache After Swimming

The headache after swimming can be caused by goggles, chlorine, dehydration, etc. Be sure to see the doctor if the pain bothers you. Follow these tips to prevent headache.

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Factors Affecting Learning

There are many factors affecting learning, including the environment, attitude, skill level, teacher's personality, etc. Which one is most important to you may vary.

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How to Control Emotions

Want to learn how to control emotions? Here are 8 tips with a great video. You can face whatever is bothering you without getting bogged down in negative feelings.

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Headache in Back of Head

Have a headache in back of head? It could be due to anyone in this list. If it's serious or persistent, see your doctor to identify and treat the underlying cause.

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Understanding a Train of Four

The train of four is a valuable tool that helps the patient achieve a better chance at a normal future. If you physician suggest a train of four test, here’re something you should know.

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What You Need to Know About Cerebral Hypoxia

Cerebral hypoxia, aka brain hypoxia, is a condition caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain. The severity of the damage from cerebral hypoxia is determined by the length of time the brain goes without enough oxygen and how drastically the flow is reduced.

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What Is Focal Seizures?

Focal seizure is caused by brain disorder. If you have symptoms like sudden, intense feelings, blank stare, repetitive movements and hallucination, see a doctor.

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Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease You Should Know

Early signs of Parkinson's disease include shaking, body stiffness, balance loss or voice changes. Know and understand the progression of Parkinson's symptoms here.

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Numbness in Hands: Causes & Treatments

Among many causes of numbness in hands, nerve damage, alcoholism and diabetes are the most common ones. If the numbness is mild, try simple home remedies. But if it persists, you should seek medical help.

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Guide to Brain Stem Stroke

A brain stem stroke affects the part of the brain that regulates our heart rate, breathing and blood pressure. F.A.S.T. method can help you spot and deal with a brainstem stroke in time.

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