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Is neuroinflammation dangerous?


Chronic neuroinflammation causes risky conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, depression, arthritis, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Generally, inflammation is a good sign as it shows signs of the body’s defence against infection. However, chronic inflammation can lead to severe health complications resulting in neurological disorders and lifelong disease.

Is Parkinson’s disease genetic?


Yes, a fault in one parent's genes can lead to offspring developing Parkinson’s disease. Although the disease can pass down to other family members, the likelihood of this happening is rare.

Can you treat dementia?


There is no way to stunt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease-causing dementia. There are, however, ways to manage the disease through prescription medication. Apart from prescribing medication, non-drug therapies ease symptoms of dementia, such as occupational therapy, changing the environment, and breaking up tasks to minimise confusion.

Is multiple sclerosis an autoimmune disease?


Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune illness that causes the body to attack itself. The disease destroys a fatty coating called myelin that safeguards nerve fibres of the brain and spinal cord.

Does multiple sclerosis cause pain?


A stinging sensation is typical and a sign of multiple sclerosis or a relapse. Pain happens in various regions depending on the cause. Factors that determine the pain level from MS are neuron damage in the brain and spinal cord, age, and fitness level.

Is neurodegeneration reversible?


Just like ageing, neurodegeneration is irreversible, leading to progressive neuronal damage.

What are the signs of neurodegenerative disease?


  • Lapse in memory

  • Being forgetful all the time

  • Chronic anxiety

  • Change in mood

Are neurodegenerative diseases fatal?


Neurodegenerative diseases cause loss of motor function and impaired neurological ability. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease are widespread neurodegenerative diseases that lead to severe debilitation. Loss of movement and ability to reason are signs of this.

Are tremors a sign of Parkinson’s disease?


Resting tremors are generally associated with Parkinson’s disease. Usually, a tremor starts on one side of the body and then transitions to the other side. Low dopamine levels are contributory to the condition.

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