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January 10, 2016

Nervous System Disorders

Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems

The nervous system is a multifaceted, urban structure that manages and synchronizes organism functions. It consists of three most important anatomical and physiological partitions:

nervous system


Nervous system is a multifaceted, urban structure that manages and synchronizes organism functions. It consists of three most important anatomical and physiological partitions:

Central nervous system (brain and spinal cord);

  • Cerebrum
  • Frontal Lobe
  • Parietal Lobe
  • Temporal Lobe
  • Wernicke’s Area
  • Occipital Lobe
  • Broca’s Area
  • Cerebellum
  • Limbic System
  • Amygdala
  • Hippocampus
  • Hypothalamus
  • Brain Stem

Peripheral Nervous System

Sensory Nerves and Receptors;

  • ears
  • eyes
  • Sensory organs of taste (tongue)
  • Sensory organs of smell (nose)
  • Exteroceptors (tactile sensations and temperature)
  • Interoceptors (react to signals initiated by visceral organs and blood vessels)

Motor Nerves

  • Proprioceptors (respond to signals from skin, joints, ligaments containing information about body physical position)

Autonomic nervous system a.k.a. visceral nervous system

  • Vagus nerve
  • Sympathetic nerve

Nervous System Diseases

Central, Peripheral and Autonomic nervous systems are at risk to different pathological conditions. Nervous system can be impaired as a result of:

  • Head injury
  • Bacterial and/or viral Contaminations
  • Degeneration
  • Physical defects
  • Growths
  • Circulation disturbance
  • Autoimmune diseases

Pathological medical conditions of the nervous system.

The most common medical conditions that attack nervous system are:

  • Circulation Disorders
    • Stroke,
    • Temporary ischemic spasm;
    • Hemorrhages and/or hematomas in different levels of the brain or spinal cord
      • Subdural,
      • Epidural
      • Subarachnoid
      • Extradural
  • Chemical, Viral and bacterial contaminations
    • Meningitis,
    • Encephalitis,
    • Polio,
    • Epidural abscess
    • Neuropathy
  • Physical ailments
    • Brain concussion,
    • Spinal cord concussion
    • Bell’s palsy
    • Cervical spondylosis
    • Brain cancer,
  • Functional conditions
    • Headaches and migraines;
    • Epilepsy
    • Dizziness and vertigo
    • Insomnia
  • Degeneration
    • Parkinson’s disease,
    • Huntington’s chorea
    • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS),
    • Multiple sclerosis,
    • Alzheimer’s disease

Symptoms that are most commonly accompanying nervous system diseases

  • Tenacious or unexpected start of a headache or migraine attack;
  • A headache that alternate in quality and changes locations;
  • Numbness or tingling in different parts of the body;
  • Fatigue, Weakness;
  • Unexpected loss of ability to see;
  • Loss of Memory;
  • Diminished intellectual aptitude;
  • Coordination problem;
  • Muscle rigidity;
  • Shakes and seizures;
  • Upper or Lower Back pain with radiation down the limbs;

Acupuncture successfully used for nervous system disorders

Overall, acupoints used by Traditional Chinese Medicine are stimulating the central nervous system and forces the excessive production of endorphins. Endorphins then are infused into the blood stream and Cerebrospinal fluid. These chemical components stimulate the organism’s natural curing capacities and support corporal and mental health.

  • Acupuncture stimulates blood circulation.
  • Acupuncture fixes and tunes the organism’s self-healing ability.
  • Acupuncture discharges internally manufactured chemical Endorphin.
  • Acupuncture decreases the severity and acuity of pain.
  • Acupuncture reduces spasm in ligaments and muscles.
  • Acupuncture diminishes stress reactions.

Homeopathy is alternative choice #1 for nervous system disorders

Modern Western medicine, in general, seeks to treat the symptoms of nervous system diseases.  Homeopathy, however, doesn’t treat symptoms of an illness. Instead, homeopathy treats the patient and homeopathic remedies must be carefully selected according to patient’s “constitution”.

Homeopathic healing for nervous system disorders pursues the way to supplement the organism’s healing abilities by supporting the normal functions of the organism. This way homeopathy encourages the organism to cure itself. In homeopathy, the patient is healed as the whole organism without partitioning to organs and systems. Homeopathy concerns not only about the corporal symptoms but, first of all, the individual’s psychological and emotional condition.

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