All those people in need of some sleep ?

Dear friends

With stress mounting up and busy lives, adequate sleep which is of paramount importance for our mind and body is taking a back seat

Insomnia cases are rampant

Some people cannot sleep altogether, some sleep a few hours and some just dont sleep at all

The harmful effects of sleep is plenty

Sleep Deprivation Can Lead to Serious Health Problems

Sleep disorders and chronic sleep loss can put you at risk for:

According to some estimates, 90% of people with Insmonia– a sleep disorder characterized by trouble falling and staying asleep — also have another health condition

Such are the harmful effects of Insomnia or lack of falling asleep

I have found one magic solution to this problem

I am a neurologist and I have tested it to recommend to you

DAVID DELIGHT FROM MIND ALIVE

Its a brilliant small little device to destress ,works by principle of AVE also called audio visual entrainment

Know more about it on http://www.brainclick.in/brain_store.aspx

I have seen many patients being helped by it

Each person’s physiology is distinct, but believe me what ever helps people fall off to sleep, is a boon

People pump in a lot of diazepams to fall asleep, and their body and brain’s are dependent on it and also addicted

I would sincerely request people to have a look at the AVE system to help get some sleep

Chao !

Have a restful sleep tonight

 

 

 

Who is a Neurologist?

Introduction to Neurology

Neurology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of disorders of the nervous system. The nervous system is a complex, sophisticated system that regulates and coordinates body activities. It has two major divisions:

  • Central nervous system: the brain and spinal cord
  • Peripheral nervous system: all other neural elements, such as eyes, ears, skin, and other “sensory receptors”

A doctor who specializes in neurology is called a neurologist. The neurologist treats disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, such as:

  • Cerebrovascular disease, such as stroke
  • Demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, such as multiple sclerosis
  • Headache disorders
  • Infections of the brain and peripheral nervous system
  • Movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease
  • Neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
  • Seizure disorders, such as epilepsy
  • Spinal cord disorders
  • Speech and language disorders

Neurologists do not perform surgery. If one of their patients requires surgery, they refer them to a neurosurgeon.

What causes stroke or paralysis?

Risk factors that
cannot be
treated include:
Age: The older you are, the higher
the risk. The risk of having a stroke
doubles each decade after the age
of 55.
Gender: More men than women
experience stroke.
Heredity: African Americans ,
Hispanics/Latinos, and Asians have
higher risk than Caucasians. Family
history of stroke or heart disease.
A prior stroke: or TIA (Transient
Ischemic Attack) or heart attack.
Risk Factors you CAN control:
High Blood Pressure: Should be controlled and maintained at less than
140/90 mmHg.
Heart Disease: Atrial fibrillation (a rapid, irregular heartbeat) should be
treated, talk with your physician about your options.
Carotid Artery Disease: Can be treated by surgery, stenting a clogged
artery in the neck, or medical therapy.
Smoking: If you smoke, you are putting yourself at a much higher risk for
stroke and many other dangerous health conditions. It is important that
you quit smoking now.
High Cholesterol: Total cholesterol should be less than 200, bad
cholesterol (LDL) should be less than 100. Eat a diet low in saturated fat,
cholesterol, and salt. There are very effective medications to treat this also.
Diabetes: Increases the risk for stroke and should be controlled through
diet, oral hypoglycemics (medications taken by mouth that lower blood
sugar) or insulin.
Obesity: The more overweight, the higher the risk for stroke.
Excess Alcohol Intake: Should be avoided, no more than 1 alcoholic
drink per day for women, no more than 2 per day for men.
Physical Inactivity: Being inactive increases your risk.

What is a Stroke or Brain Attack?

  • Stroke or brain attack occurs when brain gets damaged due to cut off of blood supply, either due to blockage or rupture of blood vessel. The term “brain attack” has been used for stroke to remind people to take stroke as seriously as one would take heart attack. Stroke is as serious and life threatening as heart attack and is a potentially treatable disease.