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What Neurologists do?


Neurologists are well-trained to investigate, diagnose and treat neurological disorders. Osteopaths treat the nervous system, spinal cord, brain, nerves, muscles, and pain disorders.

Our Nervous System

The nervous system is a complex, sophisticated system that regulates and coordinates body activities. It has two sub-divisions Central nervous system and the Peripheral nervous system. The former relates to the brain and spinal cord, and the latter comprises all other neural elements, such as eyes, ears, skin, and other sensory receptors. Our nervous system enables us to perform all kinds of functions, normal to complex.

Ironically, this system itself is at high risk of getting damaged by the unexpected accidents we encounter in life. No doubt the modern medical science practices are making attempts to provide the best treatment for all types of neurological conditions. But experts suggest some ways that help in preventing and reducing the risk of neurological problems. They do recommend ways that help in reducing the risk of cognitive inabilities.

Be the Doctor of your Nervous system

Neurologists stress the importance of mental health equally as they talk about physical health. They emphasize seeking medical help if a person suffers from symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other mental health concerns.

Apart from medical attention, there are therapeutic measures in our lifestyle. They help us cope with stressful events and prevent us from severe neurological issues. Friends, families, and staying socially engaged support brain health. It benefits a person to pursue social activities that are meaningful to him.

Brain relaxing exercises work one step further in promoting a healthy brain. Activities like completing a jigsaw puzzle, doing something artistic, building a piece of furniture, or other activities that help think strategically work in favour.

A Healthy Heart is a prerequisite of a healthy body and also a healthy brain. Risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke – obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes negatively impact the brain and cognitive health.

Appropriate diet, regular exercise, and sound sleep add to a healthy brain and body. A healthy and balanced diet having more vegetables and fruits can help reduce the risk of cognitive decline.

A comprehensive amalgam of good nutrition with mental, social, and physical activities greatly benefit in maintaining or improving brain health than any single activity.

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