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1 Emergency Care for Brain Stroke

A brain stroke occurs when blood circulation to the brain is hampered, either due to a blockage or if a blood vessel gets ruptured and starts bleeding. Due to this, the oxygen supply to the brain gets cut off, which might lead to certain complications, the most serious one being brain death.

This condition escalates very quickly and requires urgent medical attention within minutes, to ensure the retention of brain cells.

Learn the symptoms of this condition, to rush to you nearest hospital & get emergency treatment.

  • F: Facial drooping
  • A: Arm weakness
  • S: Speech difficulties
  • T: Time to call emergency services

Risk Factors
  • Improper diet
  • Lack of activity & exercise
  • Excess alcohol consumption
  • Smoking
  • Family history of stroke
2 Movement Disorders

Movement disorders includes a group of neurological diseases that cause abnormal increased or reduced movements, both voluntary or involuntary. Many of these conditions may not be life-threatening but they severely impact one’s quality of life, for which is it important to get the right treatment & manage the condition.

Many such conditions are progressive and may ultimately lead to loss of total normal functioning; which requires expert management & support.

Conditions Treated
  • Tourette syndrome
  • Tremors
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Ataxia
  • Huntington's disease
  • Dystonia
  • Multiple system atrophy and others

3 Management of Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a neurological condition in which one experiences chronic, repeated seizures, caused by a sudden increase in the electrical activity within the brain. Many times such seizures go unnoticed, but these need to be treated on time, to avoid this from causing further complications in the future.

This condition is very common and is prevalent among younger children as well as older adults. There is no cure, but with the right management, the seizures can be controlled and one can live a normal way of life. Treatment options vary from medication to different types of therapies. The main symptom of this condition is a seizure itself.

Common Triggers

It is important for someone who suffers from epilepsy to keep a track of their seizures and to notice when these might be triggered. Some common triggers include:

  • High fever
  • Less sleep
  • Bright, flashy lights
  • Alcohol, caffeine or narcotics
  • Stress
  • Other medicines, etc.
4 Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis or MS, is a chronic nerve disorder in which Myelin, which is a protective layer that ensconces nerve fibres to keep them safe, is attacked by one’s own immune system. This causes inflammation and temporary abnormalities to the nerve fibres, making it difficult for your brain to function.

There is no cure for this condition as of today, but it is possible to manage the symptoms & live a better way of life.


Here are some common symptoms that are related to MS:

  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty in walking
  • Problems in the vision
  • Trouble with speech
  • Tremors
  • Cognitive issues with concentration, memory, etc.

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