Neurological diseases are becoming more common

Neurological diseases are becoming more common

05.06.2019 14:24:36 –
Researchers expect that the number of neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease or dementia / Alzheimer's disease will double by 2030. For example, MS increased by 50% over 1982.

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Researchers expect that the number of neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease or dementia / Alzheimer's disease will double by 2030. For example, MS increased by 50% over 1982.

In the United States, doctors are increasingly diagnosing multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease or dementia / Alzheimer's disease (according to Metadtudie on twelve different neurological disorders, "Deborah Hirtz of the National Institute neurological disorders and cerebrovascular accidents.) Source: Journal "Neurology".
This study includes about 500 publications from the years 1990 to 2005.
Thus, as suggested by the last comparable metastudy of 1982, MS, Parkinson's disease and dementia / Alzheimer's would be more affected.
For example, in Parkinson 's disease, scientists estimate that their number in the countries studied will increase from 4.1 million today to 8.7 million by 2030.

More information about these diseases can be found in the books:

Better understanding multiple sclerosis (guide)
Author: Jutta Schtz
Paperback – 152 pages
ISBN 13: 9783752852141
Publisher: Books on Demand
Release date: 23.05.2018
German language
available as:
BOOK 7.99 E-BOOK 4.49

Buchrckentext:
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and inflammatory neuritis. The nerves of the spinal cord and the brain are affected. This means that the so-called central nervous system (CNS) is affected. MS damages the nerve layer of the nerves. The nerve pads are comparable to the insulating layer of a power cable. MS can not be cured yet treated. The disease is different for each person. Depending on the nerve fibers affected, various complaints occur. A first manifestation of MS in a neurologist usually occurs between the ages of 20 and 40, and it often takes several years before the diagnosis is made reliably.

Better understanding of Parkinson's disease (guide)
Author: Jutta Schtz
Paperback – 100 pages
ISBN 13: 9783752839043
Publisher: Books on Demand
Release date: 13.07.2018
German language
available as:
BOOK 7.99 E-BOOK 5.99

Buchrckentext:
Parkinson's disease is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system (CNS). The obvious symptoms appear relatively late during the course of the disease.
Parkinson's disease, also known as pancreatic disease, is different from idiopathic Parkinson's disease (IDD) and its most common manifestations, as well as familial, secondary and atypical Parkinson's syndrome.
When we talk about Parkinson's disease, it usually means Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease is a slowly progressing neurological disorder that primarily affects certain parts of the brain. These regions of the brain have a deficit in messenger dopamine. Dopamine ensures that certain information is transmitted from nerve cell to nerve cell. If there is a lack of dopamine, as is the case with Parkinson's disease, this process is interrupted. Other parts of the nervous system are also affected by the disease.
Parkinson's disease is more than just a disease!

Better understand dementia and Alzheimer's disease
The slow oblivion
Author: Jutta Schtz
Publisher: Books on Demand
ISBN-13: 978-3-7448-3377-6
Release date: 31.05.2017
German language
available as:
BOOK NOW 5.99 E-BOOK 4.49

Buchrckentext:
We often talk about Alzheimer's and at the same time mean dementia.
It is important to note that dementia is the generic term for various dementia disorders, but that all dementias do not alter Alzheimer's disease.
In other words: Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia.
Dementia is characterized by a loss of cognitive abilities such as thinking, remembering and guiding. Sufferers are no longer able to live independently and are self-determined in the advanced stages of the disease.
Patients realize at the stage of mild cognitive impairment that something is wrong with them and fall into depression to suicidal thoughts.

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