Celebrities like Muhammad Ali, Ozzy Osbourne and Michael J. Fox have raised awareness of Parkinson's disease, and it's a commonly-known movement disorder. However, there are many more. Consultant neurologist Dr Daclav Dostal takes a detailed look at the different movement disorders in this informative article.
Along with a headache, migraines can often also cause nausea, sensitivity to light and in some cases, vision disturbance. In this informative article, leading consultant neurologist Dr Mark Weatherall gives an expert guide to migraine with aura, including its symptoms, causes and treatment.
If not caught and treated early, multiple sclerosis may have life-changing impacts. The early signs are important to get examined and diagnosed to find the right treatment plan. In this article, expert consultant neurologist Dr Wallace Brownlee explains further what to look for and the important aspects of diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis.
The hot weather of summer can cause many of us to feel light-headed, and in many cases pass out. However, there are some things we can do to help reduce the possibility of fainting due to hot weather, vastly experienced neurologist Dr Dougall McCorry shares some of these tips with us.
Functional neurological disorder occurs when the emotional centre of the human brain is disrupted in some way and can adversely affect one's ability to control and deal with emotions. On hand to provide a more detailed overview of the condition and how it can be treated is highly reputable consultant neurologist, Dr Ezzat Awad.
Multiple sclerosis is a disease that is diagnosed in many people each year. There are some basics that people should know. Dr Stefan Schumacher, a leading neurologist specialising in multiple sclerosis and other conditions, has answered these questions for us.
We spoke with a top neurologist, Dr Stefan Schumacher (who is based in Manchester), to discuss the differences between a migraine and a headache. We found out their potential causes and whether they can be dangerous. Find out when exactly you should see a specialist about the symptoms. Read this article to find out the answers to your FAQs on headaches and migraines.
To find out more about this condition, we spoke with Mr Mahantesh Karoshi (who is a women's health expert) to talk about the different stages of endometriosis, their characteristics, severity and whether pregnancy can actually reduce symptoms of endometriosis. Endometriosis can range from small clumps of tissue to severe adhesions and a large number of cysts.
Neurological conditions can be seriously debilitating and, in some cases, life-threatening. Therefore, it's important to spot the signs early. Dr Dennis Chan shares his expert knowledge of the symptoms, which indicate more serious neurological issues.