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Trigeminal Neuropathy: Everything You Need to Know

Trigeminal neuropathy is a chronic disorder that can cause sudden, acute pain episodes on one side of your face, disrupting regular tasks. Surgical methods often only reduce symptoms for a limited time, but various types of medication can assist in easing these brief, random, and excruciatingly painful episodes. What is Trigeminal Neuropathy? Extreme face pain that might interfere with daily life is the hallmark of trigeminal neuropathy, also known as tic douloureaux. Daily actions like eating, talking, smiling, tooth brushing, and shaving might bring sharp, temporary discomfort. These bouts of pain are usually brief, but they can occasionally return (on...

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Neurotherapy: Types, Benefits, and More

Neurotherapy, also called neurofeedback therapy, involves keeping track of and changing the electrical impulses sent by nerve cells (neurons) in the brain. Electronic encephalogram (EEG) data correlate with the level of activation of various brain areas and reveal the efficiency with which certain regions function. Types of Neurotherapy Neurotherapy can be one of seven approaches to address a wide range of medical issues. Neurofeedback based on frequency and intensity Neurofeedback for the slow cortical potential (SCP-NF) A Neurofeedback Method with Minimal Power Consumption (LENS) Neurofeedback using hemiencephalography (HEG) Real-time neurofeedback based on the Z-score Electromagnetic tomography with a low resolution...

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Polyneuropathy: A Comprehensive Guide

Damage to the peripheral nerves (that outside of the brain and spinal cord) and the resulting symptoms are generally known as peripheral neuropathy, the most common form of which is polyneuropathy. This neuropathy condition may damage nerves in more than one location. Different Types of Polyneuropathy The following are examples of common types of polyneuropathy: 1. Chronic Symmetrical Peripheral Neuropathy Neuropathy of the Peripheral Nerves, Chronic, Symmetric They are the most common type of polyneuropathy and have a slow, progressive course, affecting nerves all over the body. 2. Acute Symmetrical Peripheral Neuropathy Short-Term Symmetrical Peripheral Neuropathy Rarely encountered, this severe,...

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Home Remedies for Neuropathy: A Comprehensive Guide

Peripheral neuropathy is a term for pain, burning, numbness, and tingling in the foot, lower legs, and toes. Most of the time, the cause of this illness is unknown, but it is long-lasting and getting worse. Self-care home therapies and medicine both have a place in managing peripheral neuropathy. Some evidence suggests that changing a person's lifestyle can help ease peripheral neuropathy symptoms. The nerve discomfort in your feet could be due to various factors, some of which are discussed in this article, including those that cause peripheral neuropathy and those that can be treated with lifestyle adjustments and at-home...

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